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Primitive Occupants 9 

Descriptive Information 10 

Early Grants and Settlements 11 

Early Settlement 13 

The Town 15 

Town Officers 16 

Pointers Pertaining to Plymouth 17 

Military Affairs 20 

Churches 24 

Professional Men 28 

Industries 29 

Educational 32 

Societies 35 

The County Buildings , 36 


Descriptive 38 

Town and Town Officers 40 

Churches 43 

Educational 45 

Ascertained at Ashland 46 

Professional Men 47 

Societies 47 

Military Account 48 

Industrial Account 49 


General Description 51 

Early Grants and History 52 

Pleasure Trips from Holderness 57 

Hints and Happenings at Holderness 58 

Town Officers 59 

Educational (jl 

Military Affairs 63 

Societies 63 

Church History 64 


Description 66 

Early Settlement 67 

Church History 69 

Educational 70 

Campton Town Officials 71 

Military Affairs 72 

Doctors of the Town 74 

Facts of Interest 75 

Industries 75 

Centennial Celebration „... 76 


Descriptive 81 

Early History 82 

Town Officers 86 

Early Petitions and Documents 88 

Military Account 90 


Description 91 

The Town 92 

Professional Men 94 

Scraps Secured at Sandwich 95 

Early Town Meetings 96 

Early Church History 97 

Town Officers 99 

Military Account 101 


Description 102 

General Account 103 

Church History 105 

Statistics 106 

Educational 106 

Town Officers 106 

Military Account 107 














Clothing: and Men's Furnishings 

Boots and Shoes. LaFrance and Walk-Over 
Shoes for Women 

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Office Hours, 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m. 



Hlstoity of Plymoutb 


The story of the aborif^inal occupancy of the territory 
embraced in this work is like all such accounts, auythinfy but 
proved; yet the ancient stories handed down from genera- 
tion to generation and the finding of various Indian relics 
from time to time have given some accuracy to the ac- 

It is said that the Indians living in this territory were 
very nomadic in their habits. The name Nipmuck was 
given to the tribes living in these regions, the name meaning 
"dwellers by fresh water." 

The individual tribes took names, as a rule, from the 
lake, river, or mountain, near which they happened to be 
camping. Thus we find the Pemigewassett for the river by 
that name. The Squamscotts for the river and lake Squam. 

It is ascertained by the finding of relics that the vicinity 
of Plymouth was a favorite camping ground for Indian 
tribes, as was the vicinity of Holderness, Ashland and prob- 
ably the other towns embraced in this book. 

It seems as though some of the tribes in this vicinity 
were somewhat friendly to the early settlers. Tradition 
says, but for an Indian and his strategem, Lieut. Thomas 
Baker and his party of explorers would have been entirely 


obliterated and massacred at the juuction of tlie Baker and 
Pemigewassett rivers in what is now Plymouth or in the 
near vicinity. This was probably in the year 1712 or 13. 

During the early settlement of this region it is said the 
families were kept in constant anxiety because of attacks 
from the French and their Indian allies coming down from 


Plymouth, one of the shire towns of Grafton County, 
in New Hampshire, is situated upon the west bank of the 
Pemigewassett River, which divides the town from Holder- 
ness and Ashland. 

On the north is Campton, on the south Bridgewater and 
Hebron, on the west Groton and llumney. 

Plymouth is accessible to the outside world by the Bos- 
ton and Maine R. R., the White Mountain division connect- 
ing points to the north and south, as far as Groveton north, 
and Boston and New York by the Montreal express, south. 
The Pemigewassett Valley Branch connects with Compton, 
Woodstock, etc., as far as Lincoln, a distance of twenty -two 

Well may this be termed "The Gateway to the Moun- 
tains," as through here tourists approach Mt. Washington, 
and can also go direct to Montreal from Boston and New 
York in well equipped and rapid express trains. 


The villao-e is seated on terraces rising from the valley 
of the Pemigewassett to beautiful plateaus above. The 
church spires, symbols of God's great goodness; the thrifty 
and well kept farms and their buildings, and the many resi- 
dences and business houses as seen from the neighboring 
hills, show the peace, contentment, and industry of a law 
abiding community. 

This beautiful picture has for its setting a pleasing va- 
riety of meadow and hill, river and pond. Its people are 
intelligent and w^ell read. The educational facilities are ex- 
celleut, there being a fine High School and the State Nor- 
mal School located here. Three flourishing churches, a pub- 
lic library, and various societies, etc., for improving the in- 
dividual and the town. 


Plymouth was originally granted by Governor Benning 
Wentworth July 15, 1763, to the following grantees: 

*Stephen Ames, ^Theodore Atkinson, JTheodore Atkin- 
son, Jr., *Joseph Blanchard, *Elnathan Blood, *Elnathan 
Blood, Jr., *tJohn Brown, *tJosiah Brown, *James Cowan 
*Ebenezer Cummings, *tJotham Cummings, *Samuel Cum- 
mings, Esq., *Samuel CuramiDgs, *William Cummings, 
Thomas Davis, *David Emerson, Jr., Nathaniel Garfield, 
*Samuel Goodhue, Samuel Hale, *Ebenezer Hartshorne, 
John Harvell, Jacob Hildreth, *tDavid Hobart, *tGersham 


Hobart, *tJames Hobart, *John Hobart, *Jonathan 
Hobart, *Peter Hobart, *Jonathaii Jobnson, *Abner Keyes, 
Jonas Keyes, *01iver Lawrence, Pbineas Lund, Thomas 
McCluer, William McCluer, Onisephorus Marsh, Moses Mer- 
rill, Thomas Merrill, James Nabor, * William Nevins, William 
Nuttiuo-, :>:Matthew Patten, *Benjamin Parker, Oliver Parker, 
*tZachariah Parker, *Rlehard Pierce, *Johu Phelps, Amos 
Phillips, *Francis Powers, *tNahum Powers, ^Stephen 
Powers, *William Read, iCol. Joseph Smith, $William Tem- 
ple, Esq., Samuel Thompson, JJames Underwood, Joseph 
Warner, *Meshech Weare, *tAbel Webster, IBenniuo- AVent- 
worth, *Johii Willoby, *tJohn Willoby, Jr., David Wright. 

Many changes have been made in the town's original 
area. As early as 1780, troubles had arisen in this and 
other towns relative to charter bounds, and on the 27th of 
October of that year, the Legislature appointed a committee 
to settle the question. They reported as follows: 

"Beginning at a pine tree on the western bank of the 
Pemigewassett river, opposite Holderness Corner, where the 
line of Campton crosses the river, thence on Campton line 
south 86° west about five miles, to a hemlock tree, the 
northeast corner of Cockermouth; thence south 30° west 
five miles, one half mile and forty rods, to a beech tree; 
thence south 37° west five miles and two hundred and eighty 
five rods, to a beech tree on Grafton line; thence south 65° 
east two hundred and sixty rods to a beech tree standing on 
the curve line; thence following the curve line about twelve 

*Resident8 of Hollis. tBecame actual settlers. iMenibers of the Gov- 
ernor's Council. 


miles and a half mile to a white oake tree standing on the 
bank of Pemigewassett river, and thence by said river to the 
bonnd bofi'an at." 

These bounds took from the northern part of the town a 
track of land w^hich the inhabitants of the town considered 
belonged to them, and petitioned the Legislature to have it 
restored which was done by an act passed June 21, 1793. 
This act also annexed to Plymouth some lots of land belong- 
ing to Nathaniel Peabody known as "the Everett farm and 
the Withey lot." By an act passed June 15, 1792, the 
southwest portion of the town was set off to form, with a 
portion of Cochermouth (now Groton), the new town of 
Hebron. Finally June 26, 1845, some lots were servered 
from tlie northwest corner of Hebron and annexed to Ply- 
mouth, while its area was still further enlarged by the 
annexation of a portion of Campton, June 27, 1860, so 
that it now has an area of 16,256 acres, about 10,500 of 
which is improved land. 


In November 1762, a party of eight explorers came up 
from HoUis to cut a path and select a place for settlement. 
These men were: Elnathan Blood, Josiah Brown, Jotham 
Cummings, Col. David Hobart, Zachariah Parker, David 
Webster, John Willoughby and his son, afterwards "Elder" 
Willoughby. The natural facilities attracted them to this 


place. Returniuj? to HolHs, they procured the charter of 
Plymouth July 15, 1763. Eight men were employed here 
through the summer of 17G3, and others the last part of 
the year, in preparing to receive their families. A part of 
these men spent the winter in the town. 

During the spring of 1764, the first families arrived. 
The testimony is conflicting as to the order of their coming; 
but Abel Webster, John Willoughby, Jr., Silas Brown and 
others were certainly here in June; James Hobart and Zach- 
ariah Parker, probably, and perhaps David Webster and 
Josiah Brown. 

Before the year ended Jotham Cummings, James Blod- 
gett, Samuel Dearborn, Ephraim Weston and Stephen 
Webster with their families had arrived all from Hollis, 
except Weston, Dearborn and Stephen Webster who were 
from Chester. 

So many families were ready to go to the new colony in 
the spring of 1765, that the proprietors voted to hold their 
next meeting in Plymouth, this they did on Julj' 17, 1766, 
at Stephen Webster's. 

In 1767, the census was taken, there were 227 inhabi- 
tants in the town. In 1774, the population was 345, 

The first English child born in town was Lydia Webster, 
daughter of Stephen and Lydia. Webster; the date of her 
birth was April, 1765. Josiah Hobart was the first male 



The proprietors or early grantees having built the first 
roads, settled a minister and got the town started, found in 
1766 that the population was large enough to become a 
self-supporting town. 

On July 17 of that year the first town meeting was held 
at the home of Stephen Webster, and the affairs taken over 
by the town. The following town officers were elected: 

Moderator, Stephen Webster; town clerk, Stephen Web- 
ster; selectmen, Stephen Webster, Lieut. Winthrop Wells, 
John Willougbby; counstable, David Webster; auditors, 
Ebenezer Hartshorn, Abel Webster; sealer of weights and 
measures, Gershom Hobart; surve^^ors of Highways, Eben- 
ezer Hartshorn, Capt. Ephrairn Wesson; fence Viewers, Ger- 
shom Hobart, Zachariah Parker; deer reeves, Jotham Cum- 
mings, Silas Brown; tythingmen, Capt. David Hobart, 
James Hobart; hog reeves, Abner Keyes, Stephen Webster 

At this meeting no important business was transacted 
but a second meeting followed on Oct. 16, 1766, at the 
house of James Hobart. Capt. David Hobart chosen mod- 
erator. The town voted "to raise two pounds and ten shil- 
lings in money for the town's use for the present year." At 
this meeting the town formally agreed to assume the con- 
tract made by the proprietors for the support of Rev. 
Nathan Ward. 




1885— Plumrner Fox, Amasa, Aver}^ George P. Cook. 
1886— Plummer Fox, Amasa W. Avery, Geo. P. Cook. 
1887— Amasa W. Avery, Henry S. George, Charles W. 

1888— Amasa W. Avery, Geo. P. Cook, James A. Penniman 
1889— Andrew J. McClure, Charles W. George, Henry W. 

1890— Andrew J. McClure, Charles W. George, David W. 

1891— Charles W. George, Obediah G. Smith, Fred S. Rowe. 
1892-3— Frank H. Rollins, Charles W. Nelson, William H. 

1894-5— James K. Pierce. Francis F. Blake, Jason Clark. 
1896-7— John Mason, Charles W. George, Dean S. Currier. 
1898— Amasa W. Avery, Dean S. Currier, Charles J. Gould. 
1899— Charles J. Gould, Henry H. Whittemore, Francis F. 

1900— Charles J. Gould, Henry H. Whittemore, Henry C. 

1901— Plummer Fox, Henry H. Whittemore, Fred A. At- 

1902— James N. McCoy, Heber W. Hull, Orrin W. Fletcher. 
1903— Plummer Fox, Heber W. Hull, Charles W. George. 
1904— Heber W. Hull, Charles AV. George, William J. Ran- 



1905— Charles W. George, Edward A. Chase, Henry VV. 

1906-7— Edward A. Chase, Henry W. Rogers, Francis F. 

1908— Henry W. Rogers, Francis F. Blake, Edward H. San- 


Note— The date preceeding their name is date of first 

1885, Epes J. Calley; 1886, Libbeus E. Hay ward; 1889, 
Daniel P. Donovan; 1891, Perley S. Currier; 1892, David H. 
Hallenbeck; 1894, Moses A. Batchelder; 1895, William F. 
Adams; 1897, Charles C. Wright; 1899, Isadore N. Lunder- 
ville; 1900, Moses A. Batchelder; 1908, Wm. A. Kimball. 


1885, Joseph M. Howe; 1886, Charles J. Gould; 1887-94, 
Hiram Clark; 1895-7, Frank C. Calley; 1898, David H. 
Hallenbeck; 1899-1901, Edward A. Chase; 1902-5, William 
A. Kimball; 1806, Geo. B. Blood; 1907, Sam'l W. Slye (de- 
ceased, term finished from July by Frank C. Colley); 1908, 
Frank C. Callev. 


Daniel Webster in 1806 made his first criminal plea in 
the old Court House, now Public Library. 


Nathaniel Hawthorne died in 1864, in one of the rooms 
of the ohi Pemigewassett House. 

A post route was established through the town June 27, 
1781. John Balch appointed post rider. 

First Post Office in Plymouth 1791, established by the 
state. Dr. John Rogers was first post master, and only one 
ever appointed by state for Plymouth. 

United States took control of Plymouth Post Office in 

Post Office was moved into Kidders' Block, its present 
location, in 1887. 

Post Office at West Plymouth in 1830, discontinued in 
1900. Present post master Chas. C. Wright. Asst. Edson 
M. Barker, and two clerks. 

Gross receipts year ending Mar. 31, 1908, over $10,600. 

Average pieces handled 2,500 daily, first class about 
8,000. Second class about 1,200. Remainder divided be- 
tween third and fourth. 

Number of mails, week days, eleven out and same num- 
ber in. Sundays, two out and two in. 

Between 4,000 and 4,500 people reached by this Post 
Office and its five rural free delivery routes, located as fol- 
lows: Boute No 1, about 20j^ miles, takes in old West Ply- 

Route No 2, about 21 miles, takes in Bridgewater Hill. 

Route No. 3, about 22 miles, takes in Old Campton Post 
Office and Easton Corner. 

Route No. 4, between 22 and 23 miles, covers North 


Route No. 5, 24 miles tbrou<»liWe8t CaiDpton andCainp- 
ton Bojy so called. 

Towu has two Hospitals, both on Hii>hland street. The 
Balch Cottan;e Hospital and Dr. Ernest Bell's Sanitarium. 

Town has f^ood service in both local antl long distance 
telephones. The Western Union also has station here. 

Streets are lighted by electricity furnished from the 
plant of The Plymouth Electric Light Company. 

Town has a well shaded park located in square formed 
by Highland street and Main street, in front of Court House. 

Town is supplied by excellent spring water from the hills 
by the Plymouth Aqueduct and Water Company, this with 
an excellent system of hose houses and companicH furnishs 
protection in time of fire. 


Congregational, 143; Y. P. S. C. E., 40; Sunday School, 
100; and home dept. 100. 

Methodist, 211; Epworth League, 35; Sunday School, 

Universalist not given. Baptist, see Holderness. 

The real estate valuation of the town is: Resident, 
1845,652; non resident, .f 14,908. Number of polls, 616. 
Population in 1900, 1,972. Estimated present population, 



The town of Plymouth almost without exception was 
patriotic, perhaps to the extreme, duriiio- those early days 
of conflict for independence and freedom of thoup,ht. Later 
in the conflict to decide the unity of the nation, founded 
upon the sacrifice and bloodshed of those early pioneers, the 
descendants of many an earlier vetran did his part nobly. 

Attain in '1)8 the call of the Nation did not pass unheeded 
by the sons of Plymouth. Through all this account militant 
there appears no blemish; the records are such as should 
arouse the pride of any town. 


1775— This year in Plymouth, as in nearly all the early 
settlements, was a year of preparation. A committee of 
safety composed of Samuel Emerson, Thomas Lucas, James 
Harvel, Benjamin Gould, David Hobart, Jotham Cum- 
mings, David Webster, John Willoughby and Elisha Bean 
was chosen. Abel Webster represented Plymouth, Campton 
and Rumney at the provincial congress. 

Aug. 24, 1775, David Hobart was commissioned colonel 
and David W^ebster Lieut. Col. of the eleventh regiment com- 
prising Plymouth, Holderness, Campton, Thornton, Kum- 
ne\', Cockermouth, Alexandria and New Chester. 

Natluim Powers and William Nevius were the first men 
of Plymouth to enlist. Other men to enlist this year for 
varying periods were: Thomas McClure, Joseph Smith and 
Joseph Davis in Col. Stark's Reg't., Jotham Cummings, 2nd 


Lieut.; William Greenoup;h, drummer; Silas Brown, Samuel 
Drew, Hugh Ramsay, Zebediah Richardson, Samuel Wallace, 
James Whiting in Capt. Thornton's Company and Samuel 
Ambrose company of Capt. Noah Worcester. 

1776 — Many reenlistments and new recruits were made 
this year, among them being: Amos Webster, Ensign; Paul 
Wells and William Tarlton, Serg'ts.; Edward Evans, Nathan- 
iel Webster, Ebenezer Blodgett, Thomas Lucas, Ezekiel 
Keyes, Stephen Keyes, David Nevins, David Nevins, Jr., 
Nehemiah Snow, Nahum Powers, James Barnes, Joseph 
Hobart and Jeremiah Blodgett in the company of Capt. 
Edward Everett of Rumney. John Calef in Capt. Young's 

In the company of Capt. Jeremiah Eames of Northum- 
berland: Zachariah Parker, Lieut.; Dr. Abijah Wright, Sam- 
uel Marsh, James Whiting, David Cunningham, John Wil- 
loughby and Edward Taylor. John Phillips in Capt. 
Thomas Simpson's company. 

Abel Webster, Amos Thompson, Nehemiah Hardy, 
Daniel Wheeler and David Durkee in company of Capt. John 
House of Hanover. 

Henry Snow and Ebenezer Keyes in Reg't. of Col. David 
Gilman of Pembroke. During this year Ebenezer Blodgett 
and Jeremiah Blodgett died of camp fever. 

1777— A good many of the names following are reenlist- 
ments and some of them enlisted more than once during the 
year. At the battle of Benniugton, Solomon Hobart was 

Among those serving from Plymouth this year were 


Paul Wells, James Barnes, Elijah Lucas, Samuel Hull, 
Nathauiel Hull, Silas Brown, Joseph Hobart, John Phillips, 
Abel Webster, Jr., Edward Evans, Benjamin Phillips, David 
Nevins, Sr., Henry Snow, Josiah Willoughby, Joseph Smith, 
Peter Stearns, Sero't.; Benjamin Wells, Corporal; Josiah 
Brown, Jr., Michael Dearborn, Solomon Hobart, Francis 
Worcester, Jr., Daniel Clough Webster, Samuel Marsh, 
Ezekiel Keyes, George Patterson, Nehemiah Snow, James 
Blodgett, John Willoughby, Jr., and Zebadiah Richardson. 

1778-83— During this period very few if any new enlist- 
ments occured, and the time was mostly devoted by the cit- 
izens of Plymouth in over coming the effects of the preceed- 
ing years of conflict. 

WAR OF 1812 

Plymouth's quota of men was small, but she did her 
part by sending the quota desired. 

The names given from Plymouth were: Humphrey Web- 
ster, John L. Bobbins, Isaac Chamberlain, Corporal; Asa 
Bobbins, David Alls, Ira Morse, Jonathan Hall, Joseph 
Chamberlain, Jonas Keyes, Reuben Draper, Thomas Robie, 
Serg't.; Laban Keyes, John Fuller, Jonathan Dearborn, 
Peter Draper. There were others who had lived here or 
came here to live later; among these were: Walter Melvin, 
James Pebbles, David Burleigh, Benjamin Glover, Daniel 
Sanborn and Deacon Simeon Sanborn, 

It is impossible to enter more iuWy upon this period 
without encroaching upon State or National history. 



The people of Plymouth took an active part in the years 
of bloodshed known as the War of Rebellion. This active 
part is by uo means confined to the male population of the 
town, but was shared by the sturdy and patriotic mothers, 
wives, sweethearts and sisters of those at the front in 
response to their Nation's call. 

The appended list is a partial one of those men born in 
Plymouth who marched away for their country and in many 
cases perhaps never to return. We should like to publish 
a complete list of those who have lived here either before or 
since the war and are natives of other towns, but space 

Edojar A. Adams, Geo. H. Batchelder, Carlos E. Batch- 
elder, Timothy E. Bayley, Leonard P. Benton, Webster P. 
Blodgett, Alvin Burleioh, Arthur W. Butler, Leonard Camp- 
bell, Anthony Cilley, Danford Cook, Cyrus R. Corliss, George 
W. Craig, Oliver T. Craig, George H. Cummings, William H. 
Cummiiigs, Galen Eastman, Geo. W. Ellis, John B.Emerson, 
Geo. W. Farnum, Hiram B. Farnum, Alvah C. Ferriu, 
Edward P. Flanders, Asa P. French, Chas. Henry French, 
Daniel Eaton George, Frank H. George, Samuel AV. George, 
David Glynn, Frank C. Green, Henry B. Green, William F. 
Haunaford, Samuel T. Hanscom, Henry R. Harvey, Addison 
W. Heath, Leroy S. Heath, Oscar P. Heath, Warren Cyrus 
Heath, Gilmore McL. Houston, AVilliam L. Houston, Robert 
Huckius, Lorenzo B. Hull, Luther L. Libby, Chas. A. Love- 
joy, Henry H. McQuesten, Levi W. Merrill, Oscar F. Merrill, 


Rockwood G. Merrill, Geo. K. Mitchell, James C. NelsoD, 
Joseph B, Nelson, Theodore V, Nutting;, Justus B. Penni- 
man, Hiram C. Philbrick, Christopher C. Pike, William J. 
Robie, Nathaniel P. Rogers, James S. Ryan, Oliver M. 
Sawyer, Daniel J. Spinney, Chas. E. Stearns, Richard G. 
Stearns, Daniel D. Straw, Ralph W, Straw, John L. Thomp- 
son, Frank J, Thurston, James Otis Ward, Simon M. Web- 
ber, Eldridge E. Webster, Henry Webster, William B. Welch 
and AVilliam H. Wheeler. 


Plymouth according to her custom responded to the 
call of the Country and sent some of her sons to do or die in 
the Country's cause. Among these were: Capt, Frank W. 
Russell, promoted to Major; Robert Burns, Rank Major, 
Surgeon of the Regiment. 

Geo. H. Colby, 1st Lieut., Captain and Paymaster in 
State service. 

William Wallace Russell, Trumpeter; John Z. Goodwin 
and Anthony K. Hanson in Company H. 

Alvah C. Cousins, Artificer; Alvin P. Burleigh, George A. 
Corliss, Harry F. Dearborn, Perley F. Morton, William A. 
Scales in Company K. Arthur Gault served in Company C. 



The date of the beginning of this church upon its life of 
activity is incidental to that of the early history of the 


town. About April IG, 17G4, the town "voted to hire Mr. 
Nathan Ward to preach four daj's in tlie township aforesaid 
this spring." The article in the warrant for the meeting 
read: — 

"To see what meathod the Proprietors will Take about 
Settleing a miuister at Plymouth and Likewise to see if they 
will be at the Cost of Hiring- sum Preaching there the year 
insuiug and also to Raise money if there is need to Defray 
the charge, and to actt and do away other things which 
may then be thought proper by the Proprietors." 

The subjects probably of the first two discourses Mr. 
Ward preached in Plymouth, and doubtless the earliest ser- 
mons ever given in this town were, Isaiah I, 19: "If ye be 
willing and obedient, ye shall eat the good of the land," 
and Luke XV, 24: "For this my sou was dead, and is alive 
again; he was lost and is found. And they began to be 
merry." The date on which these sermons were delivered is 
supposed to be about Sunday, May 19, 1764. 

This church is the oldest in Grafton County. For some 
time the Proprietors carried on the affairs of the church, 
then the town took up the duties and carried them out until 
1780, when fifteen of the tax payers were exempted from 
paying to support a minister not of their faith. 

This division dfd not by any means sever the good feel- 
ings of the towns people and the friendships continued as 
they should, among the disagreeing parties. 

The first meeting house was built at the foot of Waid 
Hill. This was probably about 17G8, and was used twenty 


Work on the second house of worship began in 1787, 
and the last of this year the first was burned, and for a time 
services were held in a spacious barn of King George, on 
RuraneyRoad. The second church was finished the last of 
the year 1788. Its location was on the lot west of the pres- 
ent school house on Ward Hill. In 1827 a belfry was added 
and a bell placed therein. 

This second edifice was used jointly by the church and 
town until 1836. At this time the church society decided 
they needed a larger and more pretentious house for Divine 
worship. During that year (183G), the present church home 
was constructed, and from time to time goodly sums of 
money have been expended in repairs and improvements, 
until today the society owns a finely equipped church home, 
suitable for any of the functions likely to be held by such an 
organization, and the pastor of the church, Rev. C. W. Wil- 
son, resides in a beautiful and homelike modern dwelling 
owned and used by the society as a parsonage. 


The beginning of the early preaching by Methodist 
preachers was probably about 1800. For some years there 
is no positive record of any actual work being done, al- 
though it can be ascertained that this town was undoubt- 
edly covered by some of the early circuit riders, so called. 
The following testimony to that effect is taken from Dow's 
Journal, dated during autumn of 1802: 

"I came over the river into New Hampshire where I met 
Martin Ruter going to form a circuit. I saw Elijah R. Sabin 


who had been a zealous and useful preacher, but was now 
broken down * * * I had meeting,'8 in Haverhill, then 
rode to Plymouth and Holderuess and Meredith and Gil- 
manton, and the melting power of God seemed to be pres- 
ent in many places." 

The first church, built of brick and located in West Ply- 
mouth, was erected in 1823, and was removed in 18G5. 

The first stated preaching in the village proper was by 
Rev. William Nelson, in 1831, and a hall owned by Nathan 
Harris was used for the assemblies. 

The first meeting house of this society in the village was 
built in ] 833. It stood on the site of Mason's Block. This 
was enlarged several times and occupied until the present 
substantial edifice was erected in 1872. A bell was pur- 
chased in 1888, the money coming from a legacy of John H. 

The first parsonage was purchased in 1842, and was oc- 
cnpied until 1872. The present parsonage was purchased 
in 1876. The pastors since 1884 inclusive, are: 

1884-5, William E. Bennett; 1886-8, Thomas Tyrie; 
1888-90, Roscoe Sanderson; 1891-2, David E. Miller; 1893-5 
George N. Dorr; 1896-7, John A. Bowler; 1898, John H. 
Emerson; 1899-1901, Willis M. Cleveland; 1902-4, Robert 
T. Wolcott, and the present pastor, E. C. E. Dorian. 


The first preaching of this denomination was in 1850, 
by Rev. James H. Shepard but was discontinued until 1856, 
from this date until 1876 only occasional services were held. 


In 187G steps were taken to procure permanent preaching 
of this faith by means of public subscription, this was gen- 
erously aided by members of the other denominations. In 
1884-, Oct. 28th, the present commodious brick edifice was 
dedicated. Rev. DeWitt Riley is the present pastor, suc- 
ceeding Rev. Bernard C. Rugglcs who did a good deal in the 
upbuilding of the denomination in this town. 


There is no recorded evidence of any actual transactions 
being made or business done under this denomination al- 
though it is known that in 1777 there were some of this be- 
lief, and at the present day there are a few families who 
have embraced their doctrines, they either attend the ser- 
vices of the other churches or of the Baptist churches in 
other towns. 



Dr. Abijah Wright, Dr. Peter Emerson, Dr. John Rogers, 
Dr. Jonathan Robbins, Dr. Thomas Buruside, Dr. Samuel 
Rogers, Dr. Benjamin F. Simpson, Dr. John Bailey, Dr. Sam- 
uel Long, Dr. Robert Burns, Dr. Norman Curtis Stevens, Dr. 
Horace P. Goodrich, Dr. Austin S. Durkee, Dr. Jeremiah 
Caverno Garland, Dr. Kingsbury Kelley, Dr. Joseph William 
Preston, Dr. Silas Wright Davis, Dr. Moses Currier Eaton, 


Dr. Jt'sse Applttou Sauborn, Dr. riobpit Burns and Dr. Euos 

The present resident })liysicians are Dr. William Eussell 
Garland (tbe dean of tlie resident physicians), Dr. Havrn 
Palmer, Dr. Albeit J. Marston, Dr. John Wheeler, Dr. Tris- 
tram Ro{;ers, Dr. Ernest Bell and Dr. Ladd. (See Dentists). 


Jonathan Milchcll Sewell, Moses Dow, John Porter, 
Phiueas Walker, Stephen Grant, Samuel Cumminijcs Webster, 
Benjamin Darling, David Smiley, Nathaniel Peabodj Ro- 
gers, William Coombs Thompson, Jonathan Bliss, James 
iMcQuosten, David Haynes Collins, William Leverett, Ralph 
Metcalf, p]llery Albee Hibbard, Napoleon Bonaparte I'ryant, 
Charles James Fox Stone, John Alvin Putney, Joseph Clark, 
Benjamin ('lark, Joseph Burrowcs, Henry William Blair, 
John W. Ela, Joseph Manderville Burrows, Alvin Burleijih, 
Charles Adams Jewell, Georj;e Herbert Adams, Joseph Clem- 
ent Story, Alvin F. Wentworth. Alvin F. Wentworth and 
Burlei*>h & Adams are present lawyers. 


Dr. Harry Pierce and Dr. D. H. Hallenbcck. 


In accordance with the usual custom of early settlements 
in New Hampshire, the first mills to be located in a town 
were a saw mill and grist mill. Sept. 3, 1764, it was voted 


by the early proprietors to jj;ive to Elnathan Blood and 
Benjamin AVri^ht, lots 15 and 16 as mill lots and the nec- 
essary irons for constructing a saw mill and grist mill in 
Plymouth. During the winter of 1764, the irons were 
brought to Plymouth on a hand sled from Concord. 

For reasons unknown these men failed to comply with 
the agreement, and in Hollis at the inn of Samuel Cum- 
mings, Feb. 12, 1765, the proprietors decided "to give Mr. 
Ephraira Lund the same encouragement towards building 
the mills at Plymouth that was formerly voted to Elnathan 
Blood and Benjamin Wright." 

Lund combined the two mills under one roof, but owned 
them less than two years, when in consideration of £56 lis. 
4d., he sold to James Gordon of Boston the mills and sixty 
acres of Innd. During years following many mills werebuilt, 
but the dates or circumstances of their building were seldom 

The Village Grist Mill was built in 1888, by James K. 
Pierce. Ho died in the autumn of 1900, and a few months 
later the mill was purchased by William Patterson. 

The Park Hills owned by William E. Park and William 
Iv. Park, Jr., who conducted a general lumber business where 
Foster's Peg Mill now stands. They moved from this town 
in 1896. 

The Chase Mills were erected in 1897, firm name W. G. 
& J. H. Chase, motive power 250 horsepower steam engine; 
doing general lumber business. 

Plymouth Veneer Company, incorporated in 1892, Dec. 
14th, business suspended 1901. They still own the plant, 


machiupry etc., occu])ied by Beal Mattress Company which 
moved to Plymouth in 1904, from Oxford, and are doing a 
thrivinfv business. 

The Foster Peg Mill, erected in ] 897-98, near junction 
of Baker's and reu)ip,ewy8sett rivers, by Jacob R. Foster. 
To the manufacture of peos has recently been added that of 
bobbin making. The ])re8ent management are Edwin J. 
and George R. Foster, sons of the proprietor. Motive power, 
steam engine; equipment consisting of every labor saving 
device known to the business. 

The Qlove Industry was here for many years the princi- 
pal industry. The first glove stock known to the world was 
made by Alvah McQuesten, a tanner of this town. For gen- 
erations many of the town's business men were at one time 
or another connected with the manufacture of Plymouth 
Gloyes, of these were: Alvah McQuesten, Jason C. Draper, 
Oliver S, McQuesten, Arthur Ward, Chase W. Calley, Nathan- 
iel F. Draper, Samuel C. Heath, Daniel H. and Henry C. Cur- 
rier, Ezra W. Aver^', Amasa W. Avery, Thomas F. and 
David Glynn, Pelatiah Russell, Henry S. George, Horace W. 
Smith, George P. French, Blair & Burleigh, Smith &Marden, 
John T. Cutler & Sons, Ferrin & Wilkinson, Erastus B. and 
Gill F. Dearborn. The only persons at present engaged in 
this business are Frank C. Calley and J. Gill Fletcher. 

The Draper-flaynard Company, known the world over 
for their celebrated line of sporting goods, have a large and 
commodious factory located on North Main St. They were 
formerly engaged in business at Ashland, but removed their 
business here in 1900, and have gradually withdrawn from 


the <;love bubiiicss and are eii«>ap;ed alinoBt entirelj in niak- 
ius; sportiufj; j^oods. The firm is composed of Jason F, 
Draper aud John F. Maynard. 

Plymouth Creamery Company, a co-operative organiza- 
tion formed Mav 20, 1893. The farmers of Plymouth and 
Campton receive about ,^26,000 annually and deliver about 
1,600,000 pounds of milk. 


Education and religion went hand in hand in the minds 
of the earlier settlers. The training of mind and morals 
was regarded by them of the greatest importance, especially 
is this so of the early settlers in Plymouth. 

Tradition says Stephen Webster Sr. instructed the child- 
ren of the neighborhood in his home. We also learn that 
various of the earl}^ dwellers took a hand in the instruction 
of the earlj' Plymouth schools. 

At the present time there is a very proficient corps of 
teachers for the lower grades, and the Plymouth High School, 
established in 1883, and twenty years a part of the Normal 
School, now has a beautiful home of its own, where the stu- 
dents receive instruction frum a very brilliant and talented 
board of instructors. 


The early history of this excellent institution dates back 
to the early history of the town. At that time it vvas known 


as the Holmes Plymouth Academy, and was established by 
an act of leji;islatiire ai)provcd Dec, 7, 1808, after many dis- 
coura<!,ements, and because of iucreasirif^ indebtedness the 
institution died a natural death, and the school property 
was disposed of. 

The New Hampshire State Normal School was erected 
by an act of lenjislature approved July 2, 1870. The old 
Academy buildings were repurchased with all the grounds. 

By terms of the act of 1870, the trustees were instructed 
"to give notice by publication, that they will receive pro- 
posals from towns, corporations or individuals, to furnish 
lands, buildings or funds for the school, and they shall make 
such selection of locality as will, in their judgment, best sub- 
serve the interests of the institution, and shall establish 
said Normal School with as little delay as possible." 

Quoting from the trustees' report: — 

Notice was given, by publication, for proposals from 
towns, corporations and individuals to furnish school prop- 
erty and funds, on condition of securing the location of the 
school. Several towns responded liberally, among which 
were Plymouth, Walpole, Fisherville and Mount Vernon, 
offering an aggregate of about |125,000. 

After due deliberation, and in view of all the advantages 
to be secured, the trustees unanimously decided to locate 
the school in the beautiful town of Plymouth, which had 
offered, in real estate and cash, some f 42, 000. 

This explains the locating in the old Academy buildings 
and grounds. 

In 1889 legislature appropi iatcd |60,000 for a new and 


lar^pr bnildinp; which was ready for occupancy in the year 
1891. With one or two slij^ht exceptions the school has 
had a remarkable and steady o;rowth and continued pros- 

With a continuance of her fortune in the luture, as in 
the past, in ro<i;ard to trustees and instructors, a constant 
pursuinn; of iier liberal policies, and with her extensive curri- 
culum, New Hampshire Stale Normal School has prospects 
of a bright and useful future. 


As early as 1807 a library movement was started, this 
was little more than a circulating plan that benefitted only 
a few. 

To the young women of Plymouth and their constant 
zeal in behalf of this important movement, which was 
started by them in 1873, Sept. 2d, the town is indebted for 
their present public library. For years it was known as 
The Young Ladies' Circulating Library. The first officers 
were: Ida M. Stearns, president; Elizabeth Andrews Dodge, 
vice pres.; Carrie Elizabeth Hall, secretary; Clara Thompson 
Clark, treasurer. The directors were Ada Elizabeth Howe, 
Elizabeth Dearborn, Clara Eaton Cummings, Annie M. Dear- 
born and Julia Eliza Hobart. First librarian, Eliza Ann 
Hilton Cummings. 

For years this organization persevered and by persist- 
CTit effort gathered money, by plays, fairs and subscription, 
until, in H'cognition of its good w^ork, the town in 1885 
made an appropriation for its benefit. Previous to this 


another importaDt step was taken, namely, the moving into 
the present home of the organization, this was made possi- 
ble by Senator Blair who ])urchasod the old Court House 
and moved it to its present site, adjoining' the new and 
more pretentious county buildin<»;. This was done in 1876. 

Since 189G it has been run jointly by trustees chosen by 
the town and the directors of the library association. 


Olive Branch I.odoe, No. 16, F. & A. M., October 1803, 
local records saj^ 26th, Grand Lod<!,e records the date 25th; 
has been in active work since instituted. 

The Pemif^ewassett Chapter, No. 13, R. A. M., dispensa- 
tion •;rauted July 4, 1864. 

The Omega Council, No. 9, R. and S. M., was instituted 
at Littleton, May 15, 1876, moved to Plymouth Jan. 1881. 

Bethlehem Chapter, No. 12, Order of the Eastern Star, 
petition signed June 4, 1892; first meeting held, and degrees 
conferred June 28, 1892. 

Plymouth Lodge, No. 66, I. 0. O. F., instituted May 3, 

Enterprise Lodge, No. 46, Daughters of Rebekah, organ- 
ized Feb. 55, 1892. 

Baker's River Lodge, No. 47, Knights of Pythias, insti- 
tuted Feb. 28, 1895. 

The Justus B. Penniman Post, No. 42, G. A. R., insti- 
tuted April 7, 1879. 


The Penniraan Relief Corps, No. 9, instituted Oct. 16, 

The Plymouth Grauge, No. 239, Order of Patrons of 
Husbandry, organized Jan. 30, 1896. 

Pemigewassctt Woman's Club, having a membership 
of about eighty, pledged to a constitution in which may be 
found this article, expressive of the \york done by the organ- 

"The object of this club shall be to broaden and 
strengthen the moral, social and intellectual life of its mem- 
bers, and through them to make itself a power for good in 
the community." 

Any one conversant with the course of lectures and other 
entertainments, etc., given under their auspices will certify 
that they are doing a good deal toward upholding their 


When the County of Grafton was first organized, in 
1773, the only towns in the county then containing over 
three hundred population were Haverhill, 387; Plymouth, 
345 and Hanover 342, and at that time the principal towns 
in northern New Hampshire. 

A number of towns in different parts of the county peti- 
tioned for sittings of the court, but the Governor and Coun- 
cil designated Haverhill and Plymouth to serve jointly as 
county seats. 


Ou April 23, 1774, at a session of court holden in Hav- 
erhill, 'twas left to a commission who "were empowered to 
agree with David Webster for the hire of his dwelling house 
and temporary goal adjoining, upon the best terms they 
can until the next General Sessions," 

David Webster lived on the site of the present Pemige- 
wassett House; during 1774 a structure wns completed to 
serve as a court house very near his dwelling. For some 
reason, so tradition says, he, at his own expense, removed 
the buildings across the street westerly to a lot of land 
which he gave to the county for this purpose. For nearly 
fifty years this served as one of the seats of Justice for the 
County of Grafton. 

In 1823 a new and more pretentious court house was 
built. The old court house with its historical memories 
was deserted, and for years served as a wheelwright shop or 
left to dream of its past importance. The restoration of 
this historic relic (about which we spoke more fully else- 
where), was left to Henry W. Blair, in 187G. 

The third and present county building was erected in 
1889, on the site of the second, and has for its neighbor the 
first, now used as a library building. 

istony of Jlshland 


We can do no better than to quote tbe followinp; taken 
from an article by Leon Burt Baketel in the Granite Monthly 
for March 1901, It is certainly no exnoj^eration, 

"In the heart of the old Granite State, surrotinded by 
hills, which anywhere else would be called mountains, lying 
in the beautiful valley of the Pemigewassett is a small town. 
Small in name and population, but great in the men and 
heroes it has sent into all parts of the world to help make it 
better. This and more can be said of Ashland, which is one 
of the beauty spots of New Hampshire and a thriving, enter- 
prising post village. 

Ashland is noted in many ways, some being its manu- 
factures, its delightful location and healthful climate, its 
men, who after being schooled in life here, have been sent 
out into the world and become great. Again one cannot 
overlook the excellent facilities for summer outings, for here 
during the season a large number of vacationists are to be 
found, either in the village, on the hills surrounding it, or on 
the banks of the beautiful Asquam lake which borders on 
the town limits. All the beauties and advantages of nature 


are iiot claimed for Ashland, but certaiulj it has its share. 
And this fact is deeply appreciated by all residents and visi- 

Ashland is the smallest township in Grafton Count3% 
haviu«j only 3,853 acres of improved laud. It is bounded 
on the north and northeast by llolderness, on the south by 
New Hampton in Belknap county, and west by Pl3mouth 
and Bridgewater. Tlie surface of the town, rough and 
broken, is so diversified as to present very charming scenery. 

Directly through the centre of the town extends a high- 
land called Christian Hill; from this the land slopes to Owl 
brook a tributary of Squam river and west to the Pern ige- 
wassett which washes its western border. The scenery is 
greatly enhanced by a beautiful sheet of water known as 
Little Squara lake which extends into the town of Holder- 
ness. Squam river, the outlet for this body of water, flows 
through the town on its way to mingle with the waters of 
the Pemigewassett; in its passage it furnishes a considerable 
amount of water power for manufacturing purposes. The 
soil is by nature hard and somewhat sandy, but when prop- 
erly cultivated yields abundant crops. 

Railroad facilities are excellent, this station ranking 
high in amount of work done in the long list of stations on 
this White Mountain division of the Boston & Maine R. R. 
which passes through the southwestly portion of the town. 



The Early History of Ashland is coiiibiDed aud inter- 
woven with that of Holderuess, as at its settlement it was a 
part of that township and to the account of that town we 
direct the reader for information. 

Ashland became a separate town July 1, 18G8, and it 
was a literal independence, for, so we are informed, the 
voters of Holderness proper refused throuo;;h their majority 
to pass any votes for appropriations or other improvements 
lor the villa<»'e, or what is now the town of Ashland. 

At some of those town meetings it would be necessary to 
continue the meetings for two aud three days before the 
business could be completed. 

Ashland at the separation had to start handicapped, 
being compelled to assume about two-thirds of the town 
debt of Holderness. All that the town possesses today in 
the way of developed advantages is due to the push, patri- 
otism and good commom sense of the older town's people 
and its inheritance by the present generation. 

To Col. Thomas P. Cheney, the grand old man of the 
town now over 80 years of age, are due a good many of the 
town's movements toward betterments and modern improve- 
ments. He being the originator and "pusher" of a great 
many of them, carrying them all to a successful termination. 

The name Ashland is supposed to be for Henry Clay's 
Old home Ashland, Kentucky. It is said that the naming 
of the town was left to fate, as of course there were nearly as 
man}' names proposed as there were people, and the whole 


written on pieces of paper were placed in a hat and the first 
one withdrawn was the name by which the town has since 
been known. 

The following defines the town limits and is taken from 
the act of the General Court approved July 1, 1868, a copy 
of said act being found on the town record. 

"That all that part of Holderness lying within the fol- 
lowing lines and bounds to wit: Beginning at the corner of 
the town New Hampton and Centre Harbor on the boundary 
line of said town of Holderness, thence north two and one- 
fo«rth degrees west one mile and twenty-one and forty-eight 
hundredths rods to stone, thence north thirty-two and one 
fourth degrees west three miles and two hundred ninety 
three and twenty-one hundredths rods to stone, thence 
north eighty-two and one-fourth degrees west one mile and 
one hundred sixty-eight and eighteen hundredths rods to 
the Pemigewassett River, thence southerly by said river to 
the northerly corner on said river of said town of New 
Hampton, thence on boundary line of said New Hampton to 
the point of beginning — be and the same thereby is severed 
from said town and made a body politic and corporate by 
the name of Ashland." 

At the first town meeting July 25, 1868, Hosea C. 
Thompson, was chosen moderator; Geo. R. Prescott, town 
clerk; Ambrose Scribner, treasurer; and Benj. B. Wortheu, 
Wra. P. Drake and Jeremiah M. Calley, selectmen of the new 

The town officers since 1880, have been as follows; 



1880— Ben. B. Worthen, Henry Page, Benj. F. Pease. 

1881— Eri G. Clapp, Calvin Swett, Edwin B. Currier. 

1882— Eri G. Clapp, Edwin B. Currier, Arthur S. Clark. 

1883-84— Geo. B. Stevens, Stephen C. Baker, Benj. F. Cox. 

1885-86— Eri G. Clapp, Frank P. Nichols, Chas. H. Sanborn. 

1887-88— Jas. F. Huckins, Edward P. Warren, Frank H. 

188D— Albert A. Porter, Frank H. Leavitt, Albert L. Smith. 

1890— Frank H. Leavitt, Albert L. Smith, Richard F. San- 

1891— Frank H. Leavitt, Geo. W. Baker, Frank Fifield. 

1892— Frank Fifield, Frank H. Leavitt, Earl P.Harrington. 

1893— Frank Fifield, Earl P. Harrington, Eugene A. Sto- 

1894-95— Frank Fifield, Earl P. Harrington, John H. East- 

1896— Frank Fifield, John H. Eastman, Dana W. Cary. 

1897— Frank Fifield, Dana W. Cary, Frank S. Huckins. 

1898-99— Samuel H. Baker, Frank H. Leavitt, Chas. H. 

1900-02— Geo. F. Plumnier, William Brethrick, Daniel C. 

L903-04— Ellis G. Gammons, Rodney L. Howe, John M. 

1905— Frank Fifield, John Blanchard, Daniel F. Sullivan. 
1906— Ellis G. Gammons, Daniel C. Hill, Daniel S. Batchel- 


1907— Eugene A. Stowell, Rodney L. Howe, Daniel S. Batch- 
1908— Frank Fifield, D. S. Bates, Thomas E. Carr. 


1880-82, B. B. Worthen, deceased, A. E.Porter; 1883-87, 
A. E. Porter; 1887-1900, Ora A. Brown; 1900-08, Roy H. 


1880-85, Frank L. Hughes; 1886-91, Francis M. Hughes; 
1892-1908, Ora A. Brown. 


Free Baptist— This is the oldest of the churches in 
town, having been organized Nov. 26, 1818. The present fine 
building was erected in 1834. The following have served as 
pastors: Revs. John Petteugill, E. True, H. Webber, Mr. 
Newell, Sidney Frost, C. Purrington, Mr. Sargent, Lewis 
Malvern, Thomas Tyrie, J. T. Ward, Mr. Dudley, Mr. Noyes, 
D. W. Davis, A. J. Eastman, E. E. Clarke, J. Franklin Babb, 
and Rev. Mewell A. Avery. 

Recently a considerable sum of money was expended 
upon the church and grounds, putting them in excellent con- 

St. Mark's Episcopal— The history begins about 1789, 
with Rev. Robert Fowle, B. A., Newburyport, Mass. as 


pastor. After his death no regular services were held until 
Aug. 9, 1855. 

Oct. 23, 1864, the present church edifice was consecrated 
to the worship of Almighty God, by Bishop Chase, assisted 
by former pastors. 

Revs. Robert Fowle, J. R. Pierce, Dexter Porter, Henry 
Hazzard, Howard F. Hill, Frederick M. Gray, Geo. G. Jones, 
Lorin Webster, James Carmichael, Jr., William Lloyd 
Hines, Robert H. Ferguson, James Thompson and H. L. 
Wood have served as rectors at St. Mark's. 

The Methodist Church was organized in 1896, Sept. 7th, 
with six members, as follows: Daniel C. Hill Esq., Mrs. Mary 
A, Brown, Mrs. Annie B. Ames, Mrs. Elinor Clifford, Mrs. 
Elizabeth L. Mitchell, and Mrs. Amy M. Heath. The services 
were held for some time in the Town Hall. Rev. J. A. Bowler 
was pastor and Rev. Z, W. Curl presiding elder at its organ- 

The following have served as pastors since its organiza- 
tion: J. A. Bowler, E. C. E. Dorion, A. E. Draper, J. E. 
Swett, and E. C. E. Dorion, its present pastor, also serving 
at Plymouth. 

The first meeting in the present church on Washington 
street was held May 22, 1898. To Daniel C. Hill Esq. is due 
much of its present prosperity. The church lot is a gift 
from him. 

St. Agnes Catholic Church— It is thought about the 
time of the building of the Concord & Montreal railroad 
that the first Catholic families moved into town. About 
once a year Rev. Isidore Noiseux of Lancaster attended to 


the spiritual wants of the little flock. This was from 1860 
to 1866, after which he made three visits a year. When St. 
Joseph's parish in Laconia was established, with the late 
Rev. John Murphy as pastor, the Catholics of Ashland were 
enrolled in this parish and the successive pastors of that 
church ministered to the wants of the Ashland families till 
July 12, 1891. On this date Rev. John E. Finen of Concord 
celebrated Mass in Peavey's Hall, and at the close he an- 
nounced that he had been appointed pastor of Tilton and 

From this date until June, 1884, services were held on 
alternate Sundays at Peavy's Hall and later in the Town 
Hall, till December 21, 1898. On June 1, 1899, the present 
beautiful sanctuary was opened for worship. It is free from 

Soon after the Baptist church came the Congregational. 
They built a home of worship but proved weak. For nearly 
two years they stood alone, 1838-40. They then took in 
the Universalists, using the church alternating weeks. In 
1845 the Methodists organized and used the church with 
them, about 1853 the three expired as churches. 


The town is divided into two school districts, the village 
making one and the rural districts comprising the other. 
The schools are merely those of the lower grades or common 
schools. The students attending High school mostly go to 
Tilton or Plymouth. 


The Town Library has been in existence since 1872. The 
first location was where Col. T. P. Cheney's house now 
stands, several other locations were selected. 

When the new town building, or hose hose, also select- 
men's room was built, about 1902, the Libary was removed 
to this building. Mrs. Lucy A. Dearborn is librarian. The 
rooms are opened Saturday afternoon and evenings. 


Area of town about 3,853 acres. Real estate valuation 
1684,408. Number of polls 423. Population estimated at 

Town owns an excellent supply of water coming from 
Thompson's Pond, so called, pressure from gravitation. 

Protection from fire by volunteer department of two 
hose and one hook and ladder company; excellent hydrant 

Local service telephone, also trunk line connection to 
distant points. 

Western Union telegraph service. 

Four mails South bound, one Sunday. Three mails 
North bound, one Sunday. Post Office does a yearly busi- 
ness of about $4,500. Daily average of pieces handled 
through summer season, 1,800. One R. F. D. route taking 
in parts of New Hampton, West Centre Harbor, Holder- 
ness; back through New Hampton, 24. 3 miles, official meas- 


ure. From June 15 to Sept. 15 mail on Squam Lake known 
as Squam Lake R. P. 0. Distributing office for Holderness 
mail pouch. Estimated number of people reached by ser- 
vice of this office 8,600. 

Church members in Baptist church, 90 residents, 20 non- 
residents. Y. P. S. C. E., 31. Sunday School, 140. 

Methodist, 42. Epporth League, 18. Sunday School, 



James L. Wilson, Asa W. Drew and Mr. Record. 


Dr. John Dana, Dr. M. C. Spaulding, Dr. A. R. Gary, Dr. 
J. M. Cheney, Dr. E. M. Worthen, and Dr. John Calvin Huck- 
ins. The last three and Dr. Spaulding, who is the oldest, 
are the present resident physicians. 


Nearly all the secret and fraternal societies are repre- 
sented here and a few local clubs exist. Among these are: 

F. & A. M., L O. O. F., Rebekahs, Knights of Pythias, 
Sisterhood, I. O.G.F., A. O. U. W., O. U. A. M., Golden 
Cross, Grange, G. A. R., Post Women's Relief Corps. 




By rights the narration of the events that stirred the 
homes and aroused all the pent up emotions of the people 
in this vicinity correctly belongs to that of Holderness. 
Through the patriotism of the Women's Relief Corps and 
the 0. W. Keys Post, G. A. R., and the generous aid of the 
citizens, it was made possible to dedicate to the memory ot 
these heroes a beautiful shaft or monument which is now lo- 
cated in the square in front of The Thompson House, but 
for a time was placed on the lot in front of the Town House. 

The dedicatory exercises were held May 80, 1899. The 
address was delivered by Col. Daniel Hall of Dover. Other 
speakers were Mrs. Margaret Fuller, Past National Presi- 
dent of W. R. C, Rev. James Thompson, and Rev. E. C. E. 

On the monument are the names of the Town Commit- 
tee, Thomas P. Cheney, 6th N. H. Vols.; Frank L. Hughes, 
12th N. H. Vols.; and Edw. P. Warner, 143d Ind. Vols., that 
had the matter in charge, also a statement in regard to 
when dedicated, with a roll of the soldiers' names, as fol- 

Oscar A. Plaisted, Cyrus Plaisted, Joseph C. Plaisted, 
Ai T. Plaisted, Samuel S. Plaisted, Thomas C. Peaslee, 
Aquilla E, Peaslee, Thomas Sculley, Nathaniel Shackford, 
Edwin L. Shepard, Albert Y. Smythe, Miles M. Sweney, 
Aquilla E. Small, Hiram Small, James R. Small, James O. 
Smith, Jonathan Stewart, Alpha P. Smith, Henry H. Smith, 


John H. Thompson, John C. Thompson, Charles W. Thomp- 
son, Nathan H. Thompson, Moses D. Tirrell, Hiram S. 
Woodman, William B. Welch, Au^^ustus W. Wilder, Geo. B. 
Willoughby, Benj. Gray, John I. Caiilt, Samuel Cault, Leroy 
S. Heath, Addison W. Heath, William W. Haniman, Nathan 
T. Hackett, W, F. Harris, Hiram Harris, Hosea B. Harris, 
Sylvester D. Howe, Clark V, Hines, Wm. J. Howe, Frank L, 
Hughes, Job C. Jenne, Oloff L. Jewett, Orlando W. Keyes, 
Henry F. Keyes, John F. Lou^ee, Joseph Lambert, Cyril 
Lambert, John F. Lord, Daniel S. Mooney, Rufus M. Merrill, 
Warren F. Martin, Joseph Appleyard, John M. Annable, 
Calvin M. Andrews, Geo. W. Andrews, Sam H. Baker, Wash- 
ing,ton I. Baker, James S. Baker, Osmond T. Baker, Oris W. 
Baker, James A. Baker, Walter E. Blanchard, Hollis S. 
Blake, Wra. W. Ballard, Peabody 0. Blake, Aaron Buzzell, 
Chas. R. Berry, Aaron R. Cate, Omar W. Gate, Willis H. 
Clark, Oliver T. Crai^, Thomas P. Cheney, Sam F. Cheney, 
Daniel P. Cheney, William N. Clement, Newell Davidson, 
Frank W. Ellison, Joseph Ellison Jr., Chas. W. Taylor. 


The following men served Ashland in '98: Sam Baker, 
Chas. Thompson, Eugene Mitchell, Ed. Boynton, Fred 
Crockett and Chas Rowe. 


It would seem that the early settlers in this locality were 
brought here because of the water power furnished by the 
Squam river. 


Tradition save that in those oarly days the people resid- 
ing in the little hamlet, gathered on the banks of the Squam 
river, were almost without exception manufacturing people. 

Through her manufacturing establishments and finished 
product, Ashland has attained her present prosperity. 

Tradition says that the first grist and saw mill was 
built by one Samuel Blair. The date cannot be ascertained, 
but it was during the early settlement of the then town of 

At a later date came the woolen mill by Joseph Shep- 
hard succeeded by The Briggs Bros, of Leeds, England, 
James, John and Joshua. This industry is still carried on 
here by Robert Hart. 

The first paper mill in Grafton County, was built in what 
is now Ashland about 1814. A Mr. Pattee was proprietor. 
Col. Thomas P. Cheney's father worked on the mill and 
helped in the making of the first sheet of paper to be finished 
from the mill. The paper board industry is also carried on 
to a large extent at the present day. 

About 1850 to 1801, the firm of J. H. Thompson & Co., 
manufactured shoes in this town. 

In 1886, the hosiery mill was built. Col. Thomas P. 
Cheney was one of the first stock holders, and is a member 
of the corporation to the present day. 

The manufacture of lumber has always been carried on 
to a certain extent, from the beginning of the settlement 
here and the building of the first mill until the present day. 

The manufacture of the Pl^^mouth glove was at one time 
carried on in this town to a small extent. Among the man- 
ufactures were the Draper-Maynard Company prior to their 
removal to Plymouth. 

Histony of Holdcmicss 


A place where the traveler is always welcome. Here the 
tourist finds rest and bracing ozone. Whether you are liv- 
ing in the most costly palace on the shores of Lake Asquam 
or are sheltered by a stretch of canvas it is all the same. The 
pleasure is here! Did you say you liked canoeing or was it 
the exploring of the sylvan retreats you preferred? Here 
they are with all the diversities. 

We take a trip on Lake Asquam with its fifty or more 
islands. Now you can have just which you prefer, canoe, 
row boat or launch, (they are all here.) Canoe it is! (It cer- 
tainly does seem more in keeping with the surroundings). As 
we paddle over the mirrored surface we can't help thinking of 
those days when primitive man with his birch bark canoe 
was making this his thoroughfare; or perhaps was catching 
his daily food (bass, trout and pickerel) from the lake's clear 

Today we decide upon a mountain trip, never mind 
which one; we must climb them all; as we walk along 
through the sylvan retreats we fully expect to encounter 
some of those fairies and elves so often read about during 
our nursery room days; instead we come across the summer 
home, nestling against the mountain side, of some admirers 


of nature's beauties. This and much more could be written 
of the combined advantages furnished by the diversified sur- 
roundings of Holderness. 

Well may we think, as we look at the hills inand around 
the town, of those times when the Indian signaled to his 
tribe from their summit, notifying them in their wooded fast- 
nesses of the enemy's approach .Perhaps we no soonerthink 
of these things of the past than our attention is turned to 
the present by the "chug-chug'' of the motor boat or the 
automobile of the present pleasure seeker, or yet again by 
the echo of college song and popular air floating to our ears 
from the mountain side or opposite lake shore. Thus have 
the times changed and the camp and hotel, the motor boat 
and automobile of the tourist, have invaded where primitive 
man once trod. 

Holderness is bounded on the north by Campton, on the 
east by Sandwich and Center Harbor, on the south and 
southwest by Center Harbor and Ashland, on the west by 

The way to reach this retreat is by train on White Moun- 
tain Division of the Boston & Maine to Ashland thence by 
stage or on the Asquam Transportation Company's fine 
fleet of Steam and Gasoline boats to most any point on the 
chain of Asquam Lakes. 


"Beginning at a Red Oak Tree at the foot of the great 
falls in Pemigewassett River, thence Running East Six miles 


then turning off at right angles and Running South Six 
miles, then turniug off again and Running Westerly Six 
miles To a white pine Tree marked Standing on the Bank of 
the river aforesaid, Then running up said River Northerly 
as that runs to the Bounds first above mentioned as Bounds 
Begun at. 

And that the Same Be and hereby is Incorporated Into 
a Township By the Name of New Holderness." 

Thus reads the charter or Grant of Governor Bennington 
Wentworth, issured Oct. 24, 1761, to the following named 

Maj. John Wentworth, Thomas Harvey, Robert Harvey, 
Joseph Sheperd, Joseph Baker, Nicholas Gookin, John 
Muckleroy, William Simpson, Sr., David Simpson, William 
Simpson, Jr., Joseph Simpson, Sam'l Wentworth, Esq., 
Murry Hambleton, Theodore Atkinson, Esq., Richard 
Wibird, Esq., John Downing, Esq., Mrs. Sarah Mitchell, 
John Kavenah and John Ennis, one-half share each, Sam'l 
W^entworth, Esq., Boston, Sam'l Sheperd, 3d, Edward Hall 
Bergin, William Curry, W^illiam Kenedy, John Bergin, Her- 
cules Mooney, William Williams, Samuel Lamb, Charles 
Cox, Jr., Thomas Wille, John Sheperd, Sr., Thomas Sheperd, 
Charles Bamford, Joseph Ellison, Richard Ellison, William 
Ellison, Robert Bamford, William Smith, William Campbell, 
William Garrow, Henry Wallis, Rev. Arthur Brown, Henry 
Hill, John Sheperd, Jr., William Kellsy, Thomas Vooks, 
James Kelley, William Cox, Charles Cox, John Cox, Edward 
Cox, Joseph Cox, William Cox, Jr., Derry Pittman, Samuel 
Livermore, Charles Bamford, Jr., Mark H. J. Wentworth, 
Esq., Richard Salter and Joseph Bartlet of Newton. 


It will be noticed that there were a great many family 
names as the Cox family, the Ellisons, Sheperds and Went- 

The majority of the grantees were residents of Durham, 
Strafford County, and in that town the first meeting of the 
proprietors was called by Lieut. Thomas Sheperd according 
to the terms of the Governor's grant (Nov. 1761). 

In 1762, October 28th, at the home of Winbon Adams ol 
Durham, the proprietors drew for lots. 

Among the first things the early proprietors voted to do, 
was to clear roads through the town of New Holderness and 
to erect or have erected a saw and grist mill upon the falls 
in Squara river so called. (In that part of the town now 

In 1771, as the result of a petition by Samuel Sheperd 
and eleven of the other voters in New Holderness to Samuel 
Livermore, one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace, the 
first town meeting was held in the town of New Holderness 
on Wednesday the 16th of October. Samuel Sheperd was 
chosen town clerk; Mr. Andrew Smyth, Mr. Joseph Hicks, 
Mr. Charles Cox, selectmen. 

Oct. 26th, 1773, it was voted to build a church 36 feet in 
length and 30 in width with a 10 foot post. Voted to raise 
thirty pounds lawful money to carry on the work. At the 
next meeting of the town it was voted to reconsider this 
action and instead, each inhabitant should pay his equal 
part in lumber, shingles, clapboards, labor or rum. The 
record does not say how much lumber would be necessary, 
but it states very plainly that there should be "ten gallons 
of Rum received at said Building at 3s. per gallon." 


The price voted to allow for the lumber delivered was as 
follows: "boards 28s. per thousand, Clapboards 3Gs. per 
thousand and shingles 8s. per thousand." 

In 1775, an effort was made to establish a public school 
but without success. 

The first recorded action of the town in regard to the 
poor is as follows under date of June 11th, 1781: 

"Voted to pay Mr. John Ennis five shillings per week for 
keeping and supporting Margaret Lyons in Decent Washing 
lodging, & Victualing the pay to be in specie at the old price, 
for three months from the time they first took her." 

1788 a vote was made to ''Hire a town school for the 
year 1788, one hundred and seventy dollars to be paid 
schoolmaster in produce." 

Sept. 4th, 1788, "voted that Mr. Robert Fowle Be min- 
ister in said Town, Provided he Receives Episcopal Ordina- 

"Voted to give Mr. Robt. Fowle Two hundred Dollars 
yearly as a Sallery in produce at the current price." 

"Voted to Clear the first Settled Minister's lot, the Min- 
isterial lot & Society lots of Entervail, in said Town Within 
The term of Two years from this date." 

"Voted To Build a Parsonage house & Barn as Near to 
Ministers Entervail as is convenient, within the term of two 

Six school districts were erected in the town in 1797. 

Voted in 1800 that able bodied men with oxen should 
receive 50 cts per day on town roads. 

Inventory of the town, 1810, 157 polls, only one car- 
riage, owned by Arthur Livermore. 


1812, at special town meeting the effort for a town 
house was defeated (Date April 20th), anothsr special meet- 
ing Nov. 2ud, Voted to prosecute the town of Canterberry 
for the support of William Evans & family, Joshua Smyth 
chosen Agent to represent town in the proceedings. 

The earliest recorded birth is that of Samuel Sheperd 4th 
born Feb. 3d, 1768. 

The following document explains itself and is to be 
found on the first page of the second book of Town records: 
State of New Hampshire. 

In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and 


An act to Alter the Name of The Town of New Holder- 
ness to the Name of Holderness. 

Whereas the inhabitants of the Town of New Holder- 
ness in the County of Grafton, at their annual meeting in 
March last, By their vote expressed a wish that the name of 
said town may be altered to that of Holderness, Therefore 

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa- 
tives in General Court convened, that the name of said New 
Holderness be altered, and that said town be hereafter called 
and known by the name of Holderness any law or usages to 
the contrary Notwithstanding. 
State of New Hampshire. 

la the House of Representatives, June 11, 1816. 

The foregoing bill having had three several readings 
Passed to be enacted. 

Sent up for concurrence 

David L. Morril, Speaker. 


In Senate, June 12, 1816. 

This bill having been read a third time was enacted. 

William Badger, President. 
June 12, 1816. By the Governor Approved. 

William Plumer. 
A true copy. 


Samuel Sparhawk, Secfy 

Thus we find recorded from time to time on the pages of 
those old records, transactions now merel}' traditions or 
long forgotten. 

Many of the old family names may be found here today, 
some occupying the old homesteads built by the first of the 
family name. 

Among the camps, summer homes and hotels found here 
are The Asquam House, Mt. Livennore Estate, The Central 
House, The Hillside Cottage, Camp Algonquin, for boys; 
Camp Asquam, boys camp; Sherwood Forrest, boys camp; 
Harvard Camp and Summer School. 

Summer homes and cottages: Mr. Thomas Dunne, New- 
port; G. J. Brush, Prof. A. J. Du Bois, Admiral and Mrs. 
Brunce, Prof. Samuel Johnson, and Thomas Osborne of 
New Haven; Dr. Mead of Winchester; The Van Home estate, 
and many others. 


No tourist thinks of leaving this resort without taking 
some of the following trips, and if possible all of them. 


Among shorter trips of great interest are the mountain 
trips up Mt. Fayal, Mt. Livermore, Prospect Mountain, a 
walk up Shepard Hill, also around it on the Centre Harbor 

Of the longer trips are the rides to Ossipee Park, to 
Centre Harbor, and climb the Red Hills, Around the big 
lake, stopping at mid day at Sandwich, etc. 

The launch trips are many and very interesting, espe- 
cially by moonlight. 


Tradition says John Greenleaf Whittier spent a number 
of summers at the Asquam House, and wrote on the 
piazzas of that house some of his best about the scenery' of 
this region. 

We also hear that Starr King paid tribute to the scenes 
around here in the music and rythm of poetry. Artist and 
poet have ever found inspiration in the diversities of nature 
surrounding the many summer homes here. 

The total area of the town is said to be about 20,000 
acres. The population is estimated at over 650. The num- 
ber of Polls is 201. The total valuation is |490,832. Res- 
ident real estate, |245,440. Non Resident's real estate, 

The mail during eight months of the .year number one 
daily going and coming. For two months there are two 


each way, and the remaiuing; two months, or busy summer 
season, 3 daily. 

For the month of October, 1907, the weight of the mail 
handled was: 1st class, 46 lb, 7% oz; 2nd class, 34 lb, 11 oz; 
3d class, 10 lb, 13% oz; 4th class, 9 lb, 14% oz. 

It is estimated that nearly 1500 people are benefited by 
the Squam Lake R. P. O. and the Holderness P. O. durino; 
the summer months. 

The first gasoline launch put onto the lakes here was 
the Serepta, owned by Geo. E. Hibbard, of Boston, Mass., 
also owner ol the Wabunaki Camp. The craze of modern 
canoeing was introduced by the Harvard Camp boys. 

Holderness is reached by stage summer and winter, and 
boat on the lake during the summer from Ashland, the near- 
est station on the White Mountain Div. of the B. & M. rail- 



1880— Jonathan B. Huckins, Thomas B. Rogers, Chas. A. 

1881— Jonathan B. Huckins, Oliver P. Drew, Marcus M. 

1882— Stephen Ethridge, Oliver P. Drew, Marcus M. Sar- 

1883-84— Stephen Ethridge, Henry B. Jewell, Daniel S. 


1885— Marcus M. Sargent, Luther B. Sanborn, Benj. F. 

1886— Marcus M. Sart^ent, Benj. F. Jewell, Henry B. Jewell. 

1887-88— Stephen Ethridge, Jonathan B. Huckius, Joseph 
F. True. 

1889— Stephen Ethridge, Daniel H. Willoughby, James C. 

1890— Marcus M. Sargent, Daniel H. Willoughby, Isaac H. 

1891— Marcus M. Sargent, Isaac H. Smith, Frank P. Heath. 

1892— Marcus M. Sargent, Frank P. Heath, Curtis G. Bur- 

1893— Stephen Ethridge, Curtis G. Burleigh, Stephen H. 

1894— Stephen Ethridge, Stephen H. Worthen, Allen B. 

1895— Warren B. Worthen, Allen B. Willoughby, Loren W. 

1896— Warren B. Worthen, Loren W. Mooney, Marcus M. 

1897-98-Alfred Stanley, Geo. R. Piper, Elmer E. Wil- 

3 899— E. E. Willoughby, Jason E. Sanborn, Matthew P. 

1900— Jason E. Sanborn, Matthew P. Baker, John P. 

1901— Jason E. Sanborn, John P. House, Herbert P. Batch- 


1902— Marcus M. Sarojent, Chas. R. Cox, Frank G. Cum- 

1903— Elmer E. Willoushbj, Chas. R. Cox, Frank G. Cum- 

1904— E. E. Willoughb3% Marcus M. Sarj^ent, Chas. A. 

1905— Marcus M. Sarp:ent, Chas. A. Haskell, Chas. R. Cox, 

1906— Chas. A. Haskell, Joseph W. Pulsifer, Loren W. 

1907— Loren VV. Moonev, Jos. W. Pulsifer, Fred W. Georf^e. 

1908— Jos. W. Pulsifer, Marcus M. Sargent, Ross P. San- 


1880-94, Nathan B. Whitten; 1895-1908, Robert P. 


1880-94, Nathan B. Whitten; 1895-1908, Robert P. 


The public institutions of learning are merely those 
termed district schools and are only of the lower grades. 
The students wishing higher educational advantages go to 
Plymouth high school or that of some neighboring town. 

The Public Library survived many hardships, but after 


each reverse a renewed start has been made with remarkable 

Miss Ellen F. Terry, later Mrs. Chas. F. Johnson whose 
husband is connected with Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., 
was one of the founders of the library movement. Miss 
Terry had been in the habit of spending her summers here 
and when she left for the season, about 1878, she gave to 
Miss Sarah J. Perkins a number of books to be loaned to the 
towns people. A little later a town library was agitated, 
the books were taken from the house of Miss Perkins and 
placed^in a room over Mr. Whitten's store. A Dr. Talbot 
proposed to catalogue the books and a large number were 
given to him for that purpose. The majority of these it is 
said have never been returned. About this time another 
move was made and the books placed in the building now 
occupied as the Post Office. 

In 1893, sometime in Sept., the present town library- was 
organized and the books again placed over Whitten's store. 
During the mouth of Sept. 1906, when Whitten's store 
burned, the entire lot of books were destroyed excepting 
eighteen that happened to be in the hands of some of the 
towns people. 

A new start has been made and books or donations are 
being received from time to time. Among those who have 
presented the library with books are: Mr. C. F. De Forrest, 
New Haven, Conn., books and magazines; Admiral Bunce, 
Hartford, Conn., about one hundred volumes; and recently 
from the Johnson family, Hartford Conn., and mauy smaller 


gifts of which we could obtain no record as all the earlier 
records of the institution were in the fire of 1906. 

Miss Sarah J. Perkins has been librarian in continuous 
service since the first start was made and to her we are in- 
debt for the most of this information. 


New Holderness took a more or le&s important part in 
the early military history of the Provinces or early settle- 
ments, and during the Revolution we find a number of her 
citizens were away to the war. We are sorry to be unable 
to give the complete list of enrollments, but we find the fol- 
lowing names active in military affairs of that time. 

Samuel Gains, John Riant, John Tyler, John Whitten, 
John Taylor, James Robinson, Jared Church, (res. Camp- 
ton), John Whittier, William Hamlet, Samuel Cammell, 
Hercules Mooney and some of the Shepard family. We also 
find that William Lyons received pay for supplies valued at 
8£ 13s. 

Holderness' Civil War enlistments appear under the 
head of Military Matters in the Ashland historical section. 


The only secret order in the town is the branch of Pat- 
rons of Husbandry, Mt. Livermore Grange. It has a large 


membership, coDsidering the size of the town, and has had 
a prosperous career. 


Episcopal— It is supposed that the story of this organ- 
ization must begin coincident to that action taken by the 
town in 1788 when it was voted that Robert Fowle be the 
town minister provided he receive Episcopal ordination. 

Various efforts were made to found and build a church 
prior to this date, but they all proved fruitless. 

In 1797 the present church, now located at the Holder- 
ness School, was built, and in 1803 a second was built near 
Squam Bridge, in the corner of the present grave yard, but 
was later burned. 

Tradition says that Robert Fowle, a young man in Mr. 
Bass's parish at Newburyport, came to be a member of the 
Livermore household some tiuie before 1789, probably as 
tutor for Judge Livermore's son, (later Mr. Bass was noted 
as Bishop for these parts). 

The parsonage for Priest Fowle, as he was called, was 
built on the site of the present Central House, as this was 
the ministers' lot. It is probably because of the distance 
from here to where the first church is located, that the 
second church was built where it was at the Squam Bridge. 
Priest Fowle was the pastor of the church for fifty-eight 

Tradition says that the first church was the property of 


the Livermores. The services had been held for some time 
in a large room of the big house. 

When the church building was erected the various wor- 
shippers made their donations. The land whereon the church 
is built was never deeded to Trinity Church. 

Besides this church at the Holderness School there are 
the two chapels where, during the summer, services are held, 
namely, St. Peters on the Mount, and the Island Chapel. 

Baptist Church, or Squam Bridge Church, was organized 
in 1894, the 20th day of Nov., with 27 charter members. 
This was the result of the revival services held by Rev. R. 
F. True and Benj. Ward. The first meetiogs w^ere held in 
the Town Hall. 

The corner stone of the church building was laid Sept. 
24, 1896, and in Dec, 1898, 22d day, the first services were 
held in the vestry. The auditorium was not ready for occu- 
pancy until Aug. 13, 1903, 

Those acting as pastors have been: Rev. R. F. True, 
Rev. J. Erskene, J. L. Monroe, F. D. George, J. F. Babb, E. 
C. E. Dorion, A. E. Draper, Newall Avery, and N. B. San- 

Histony of Campton 


Campton, lying as it does on the beautiful Pemip:ewas- 
sett, is a township of pleasant associations. It is bounded 
on the north by Thornton, east by Sandwich, South by 
Holderness, west by Rumney. 

The Pemigewassett Valley branch of the Boston & 
Maine railroad connects it with Plymouth, giving excellent 
train service. 

The Campton Mountains, Morgan Mountains, Beech 
Hill, Round Hill and Stinson Mountains are points of obser- 
vation and the focal point for numerous picnic parties by 
Campton's summer guests, for Campton like her sister towns 
keeps open house to the weary toiler of the bustling city, 
seeking rest and recreation. 

Livermore Falls on the Pemigewassett, a beautiful spot, 
beside offering endless attractions in the glorious vista of 
its surroundings also furnishes considerable water power. 

Tim soil of Campton furnishes excellent opportunities for 
agriculture, especially in the intervale lots, as they were des- 
ignated in the early grants. 



The town was originally j2:ranted to Gen. Jabez Spencer 
of East Haddam, Conn., in 1761. His death caused a delay 
in the settlement of the grant. The heirs and others inter- 
ested received a new charter in 1767. The majority of early 
settlers to this region came from the State of Connecticut 
and State of Massachusetts in the vicinity of the Connecticut 
and Merrimack Rivers. 

Probably the first comers to this town were Isaac Fox 
and Winthrop Fox from Connecticut during the spring of 
1762. The following spring came the wife of Isaac Fox, his 
son Isaac and Mr. Enoch Taylor. Isaac Fox, Sr., is sup- 
posed to have settled on the east side of the river, near 
where the bridge now stands. Isaac Fox, Jr., Fettled near, 
on the opposite side and Mr. Taylor some two miles above 
on the west side. 

Among others who took a part in the early affairs of the 
settlement are found the names of Gen. Spencer's two sons, 
Hobart Spencer who settled upon the Peraigewassett and 
Joseph upon Beebe's River, also we find the name of Abel 
Willey who came with the Spencers, he being only seventeen 
years of age, to work upon the tract bought jointly by his 
mother and sisters. Benjamin Hoit, Jesse Willey, Ebenezer 
Taylor, Asa Spencer, Israel Brainard and Chiliab Brainard 
were also early arrivals from Connecticut. 

From the Province of Mass., we find the name of Elder 
Ebenezer Little of Newburyport, as encouraging the settle- 
ment and was a large proprietor, his son Moses came and 


built mills and opened a store as early as 1768. David 
Perkins is also found to be prominent in affairs for a time, 
but later moved to Thornton. Daniel Wyatt from New- 
buryport came to the place as early as 1769, and became 
the Miller of the town walking over a mile from his home 
above Little's to the mill. He was as regular at his post as 
the return of day. Many of those early settlers had cause 
to be thankful to Deacon Wyatt for his words of encourage- 
ment, suggestion or reprimand and solemn appeal all 
delivered in his kind heart to heart method. Other early 
names are Joseph Pulsifer, Jonathan Cone, Nathaniel Tup- 
per, Joseph Palmer. 

The hardships of these early pioneers were similar to 
those endured by all early settlers. The Indians with the 
drawbacks of the wilderness such as the poor means uf com- 
munication and travel, arduous horse back trips or in 
winter by hand sled and snow shoe, these were the only 
means of obtaining the necessary household articles from 
the older settlements. 

Tf we could have looked down upon this territory during 
those early days we would have seen mere pigmies of men 
wrestling with the giants of the forest. At night we would 
have seen from neighboring clearings the smoke and flame 
of the funeral pile of these depleted giants. Perhaps today 
we are inclined, very naturally too, to little realize what the 
difficulties of those early days meant and to underestimate 
all that had to be contended with during those early strug- 
gles for a home. 



Hand in hand with her early interest in education was 
the interest displayed in religious training and divine wor- 

The Congregational Church was organized June 2, 1774. 
As was the custom the church was supported by the town 
for a nntnber of years, and in 1779 the town made an agree- 
ment with Joseph Pulsifer to use his house as a house of 
worship. The house was purchased and renovated and later, 
(1791), moved to the brow of the hill near, and a little 
south of the place where the road descends to cross the 
river. In 1796 the town voted to build another church 
across the river but the next year reconsidered the vote and 
made the original action void. 

For many years meetings were held on both sides of the 
river. Every third Sabbath on the west side, for a time at 
least at the house of Mr. Samuel (bok; thus a portion of 
the people on the west side of the town began to attend ser- 
vices in Plymouth, and many of the families continue to do 
so at the present day. 

Oct. 20, 1874, the organization celebrated its centennial 
List of pastors is as follows: 

Seldon Church, 1774-91; Peletiah Chapin, 1800-05; Dan- 
iel Staniford, 1806-7; Dr. Kitridge, 1810-11; John Webber, 
1812-15; A, P. Brown, 1817-22; Jonathan L. Hale, 1823- 
32; Benjamin P, Stone, 1833-37; Thomas P, Beach, 1838- 
41; Charles Shedd, 1841-56; James B. Hadley, 1858-63; 


Quincy Blakeley, 1864-88; Henry W. Conry, 1889-91; Rob- 
ert Ford, 1893-1903; Thomas S. Lewis, 1904-7. 

Twelve members of the church have become ministers: 
Isaac Willey, Christopher Marsh, George Elliott, Daniel Pul- 
eifer, Leonard Roofers, John Wooster, John Clark, Austin 
Willey, Worcester Willey, Samuel Hopkins Willey, Edwin H. 
Stickney, Irving Blakely Jr. 

The church is represented by one foreign missionary, 
Miss Ellen M. Blakely of Marash, Turkey. 

Present membership 40, twelve male and twenty-eight 
female. Sunday School of 35. No Christian Endeavor. 

Campton Free Baptist Chapel was built in 1892, and 
church organized in 1894, Rev. Roy Dinsmore pastor at the 
time. The Chapel was built by the aid and generous gifts of 
the summer visitors. The memorial windows and tablets 
were given by various of them. The bell and communion 
set were presented by Gardner Cork of Laconia, a former 
resident. The pastors have been: George Salle^^ Stephen 
Miller, William S. Coleman, G. S. Waterman, and Mrs. Dr. 
Aver^^ Rev. A. S. Buzzell is preaching at present but is the 
regular pastor at Campton Village. 


As in most early towns, after locating a mill for furnish- 
ing the necessary food and building material, the matter of 
religious services and book learning were agitated. Like 
the religious services the most of the early educational 


training was given at the hearthstone by the watchful par- 
ents or in groups gathered at the home of one of the better 
educated neighbors. 

The first school was taught at the home of Col. Baker, 
by a Mr. llawson of Conn, about the year 1780. Campton 
has always been very careful of the early education of her 
young people, and today her school houses and methods of 
training are among the best. 

An early movement was mada for a social library. Dr. 
Belknap, Dr. Emmons, Rev. Mr. Church were instrumental 
in pushing along its development. It has had many spas- 
modic careers during the time since its starting. 



1889— David B. Pulsifer, James F. Merrill, William Wallace. 
1890-DavidB. Pulsifer, Edward H. Sanborn, Willard C. 

1891— Edward H, Sanborn, John C. Smith, Theodore P. 

1892— Edward H. Sanborn, Frank P. Hart, Frank A. Avery. 
1893— Edward U. Sanborn, Harrison J. Jesseman, Charles 

W. Avery. 
1894— Edward H. Sanborn, Willis H. Marvell, George S. 

1895— Willis H. Marvell, George S. Ervins, Darius Moulton. 
1896- George S. Ervins, Geo. C. Jesseman, Edward C. Cook. 


1897— George S. Ervins, Edward H. Cook, Edward H. San- 

1898— Edward N. Babbitt, Albert H. Sawyer, Oliver B. 

1899— Edward N. Babbitt, Albert E. Tomkinson, Oliver B. 

1900-01— Albert E, Tomkinson, Oliver B. Hussey, James S. 

1902-3— Edward H. Sanborn, Oliver B, Hussey, James S. 

1904— Oliver B. Hussey, James S. Aver}', George E. Pulsifer. 

1905-G— George E, Pulsifer, James S. Avery, Henry M. 

1907— Geo. E. Pulsifer, Henry M. Fifield, William B. Avery. 

1908— Geo. E. Pulsifer, Edward H. Cook, Albert A. McCoy. 


1889, Gardiner Little; 1907-8, George D. Pattee. 


1889, Arthur P. Rowe; 1891, Charles G. Webster; 1892, 
Moses C. Spokesfield; 1893, Geo. W. Wallace; 1894-1908, 
Jason C. Little. 


Campton in its early life was patriotic almost to a man, 
yet like most other towus there v^ere those of tory senti- 
ment who were opposed to the apparent foolishness of their 


neighbors in open acts of rebellion aoainst their sovereign 
and king. 

Campton furnished ten soldiers to the Revolutionary 
War and five are reported to have died in the service; their 
names so far as we have them are: John Cannon, John May- 
loy, Jeremiah Archibald, Silas Fox, Uriah Fox, Asa Spen- 
cer, Edward Taylor and Oliver Taylor. 

The Civil War Roll of Honor is a large one and one 
that the sons and daughters of the town should consider 
with pride and reverence, and whose memory should be 
honored with deep and lasting honor. Among the names 
found as enlisted from Campton are: 

John Chandler, William Alexander, Walter S. Johnson, 
Hiram Berry, Charles E. Berry, Heber L, Chase, Wm. W. 
Farmer, Benjamin A. Ham, Frank E, Hodgman, Richard 
Pattee, Geo. L. Rogers, Reuben P. Smith, Jason Webster, 
Benjamin F. Berry, Luther Farmer, Oliver W. Lovett^ 
Daniel M. Sanborn, John S. Avery, Leonard P. Benton, 
Daniel Piper, Luther S. Mitchell, Martin V. B. Avery, Ed- 
win Avery, Ezra B. Burbank, Rufus F. Bickford, Orlando 
Durgin, C. C. Durgin, Geo. W. Gordon, D. F. A. Goss, N. 
Lyman Merrill, Albert Merrill, John N. Marsh, Edwin Pronk, 
William H. Rogers, William H. Stickney, Orrin Wallace, 
Manson L. Brown, Nathan Pierce, Jason Elliott, Simon T. 
Elliott, Alfred Webster, Wooster E. Woodbury, Abner H. 
Lougee, John D. Morse, Freeman Moulton, Freeman L. 
Moulton, James 0. Ward, Henry D. VVyatt, Fred A. Mitch- 
ell, Samuel S. Mitchell, Joseph C. Blair Jr., Benj. F. Adams, 
Henry Cook, Geo. A. Page, Cyrus Burbeck, Edwin A. Hart, 


Joseph Brown Jr., William F. Mitchell, James F. Merrill, 
Geo. W. Plummer, David Webster, Charles H. Willey, Wil- 
liam E. Brown, William A. Chandler, Samuel H. Dow, Benj. 
Evans Jr., Ozias J. Holmes, John M. Purkis, John H. Plum- 
mer, John P. Patterson, Horace W. Smith, Geo. P. Tarlsen, 
William G. Thompson, Alfred E. Foss, Benjamin M. John- 

Enlisted in Other States 

John M. Flint, surgeon; Geo. Cook, Steven Brown, Dan- 
ford M. Rowe, Harris B. Mitchell, Herraon C. Stickney, John 
C. Chase, Alfred Merrill, Geo. H. Keniston, Geo. Smith, Clark 
Smith, Simeon D. Smith. 


Before any regular physician settled here Doctors Rog- 
ers and Robins of Plymouth and Nichols of Thornton prac- 
ticed here. Jeduthan Clough of Canterbury was the first 
doctor in the place, coming here about 1802. Following 
him came Dr. Angler, Dr. Robert Morrison, Dr. John Kim- 
ball, Dr. W. A. Smith, Dr. W. R. Garland, Dr. J. D. Lance, 
Dr. A. D. Muchmore, and present physician. Dr. H. A. 
Cheney, native of Ashland and son of Col. Thomas P. 



The total assessed valuation of Campton is |445,082. 
Real estate, resident, |206,950; non resident, |80,720. 
Number of polls, 262. 

Post Office accommodates about 1,000 people. Does 
yearly business of |1,200. Handles monthly about 20,000 
pieces, 1st class; about one half remainder divided between 
2d, 3d and 4th classes. Has one R. F. D. of 25 miles, p;oing 
through parts of Campton, Thornton and Woodstock. 
Leaving office goes on east side of Pemigewassett river and 
returns on west side. There is also a small office at West 
Campton accommodating several hundred people. 

Societies— Pemigewassett Lodge, No. 91, I. O. 0. F.; 
Progressive Lodge, No. 72, Rebekahs; Osceola Grange, No. 
296, Patrons of Husbandry. 

Town laying this year (1908), water main and hydrant 

Population estimated about 1,000. 

Town has a library, books being kept in Town House, 
and branches at Campton Village and West Campton. 


The present industries of the town are, woolen mill, by 
E. Dole & Co,, manufacturers of woolen fabrics and men's 
suits; Excelsior Mill, known as Campton Excelsior Mill, run 
by Boston parties; Chase's Furniture Factory, Frank H. 


Chase proprietor; E. Dole & Co. also run a orist mill. There 
is also a saw mill which runs a part of the time; also several 
portable ones. 


The town records show this vote seconded at the Annual 
Town Meeting-, March, 1867: "That a committee of six be 
chosen to make arrangements for celebratinc; the One Hun- 
dredth Anniversary of the settlement of the town," In ac- 
cordance with the above note, Amos Flint, David Bartlett, 
Erastus Dole, Stephen Averv Jr., Thomas S. Pulsifer and 
John F. Morton were appointed a committee, and immedi- 
ately began arrangements for the celebration. 

The 12th day of September, 18G7, was selected as the 
day. The following gentlemen were chosen to act as officers 
on the above day: Piesident of the Day, Tolman Willey 
Esq., of Boston; Vice Presidents: Hon. E. C. Baker, Boston; 
Jacob Gidding Esq., Portland; Sylvester Marsh, Littleton; 
Rev. Austin Wille^^ California; B. F. Palmer, LL.D., Phila- 
delphia; Gen. Moses Cook, Laconia; Moses Bartlett, Illinois; 
Ephriam Cook, Wentworth; John Cook, Campton, Samuel 
Cook, Campton; Jacob Avery, Campton; David Bartlett, 
Campton; Samuel Moulton, Campton; Samuel Keniston, 
Campton; Enoch Taylor, Campton; P. C. Blaisdell, Camp- 
ton; Diodate Willey, Campton; Moses Blaisdell, Campton; 
Edmund Dnrgiu, Campton; John Pulsifer, Campton; Jacob 
Adams, Campton; Daniel Avery, Campton; Charles Stickney, 


Camptoii; James Burbuck, Carapton; Robert Smith, Camp- 
ton; William Southmaid, Campton. 

Rev. Isaac Willej of Pembroke, a native of the town, 
was invitod to deliver an Historical Address. Mr. Charles 
Cutter was requested to examine the records of the town for 
material for the address. 

To read Charter of the Town— Heurj W. Blair, Ply- 

Toast Master— Charles Cutter, Campton. 

Chief Marshal— Joseph Cook, Campton. 

Music — Plymouth Band. 

The grounds adjoining the Town House were selected as 
the place of Celebration. 

The following was the program for the day. 


Prayer by Rev. Daniel Pulsifer, Danbury. 
Address of Welcome— Rev. Quincy Blakely. 
Original Hymn — Choir. 
Historical Address— Rev. Isaac Willey. 
Original Hymn— Choir. 


(Served by Ladies of the Town) 


As the president again called the audience to order, he 
entertained them with an address of more than an hour, 
reviewing the character of the early settlers, anecdotes, 
reminiscences etc. 


Then followed the Toasts as given by Toastmaster, with 
intervals enlivened with music by band. 

The Clergyman of Campton— responded to by Rev. 
Daniel Pulsifer. 

The Common Schools of Campton — William C. Blair, 
Esq., Laconia. 

Sunday Schools of Campton— Rev. Walter Chase, Wood- 

"How dear to my heart are the scenes of my childhood." 
Rev. French Smith Thornton. 

The Emigrant Sous & Daughters of Campton— Davis 
Baker, Washington, D. C. 

The Soldiers of the Union— Henry W. Blair, Esq., Ply- 

O God, to Thee our voices raise, 
The song of glory and of praise, 
Our fathers worshipped at Thy throne, 
Their children bow to Thee alone. 

We thank Thee for Thy goodness shown 
In former years, which long have flown, 
In name of those who gave us birth 
We thank the Lord of Heaven and earth. 

Thy heart, so kind in days of yore 
Still gives, as freely as before. 
Where'er we live, where'er we roam 
Thy hand protects our native home. 

God of our Fathers, now to Thee, 
Let all the praise and glory be, 


In Thee, we've found all good before, 
In Thee, we'll trust forever more. 

[Composed by E. Prank, Sept. 12, 1867] 
Tliis town was all a forest deep. 

One hundred years ago, 
The vales were low, the hills were steep, 

And rivers wandered through. 
A few brave men, a pilgrim band, 

Sought this far-off location, — 
They saw it was a goodly land, 

And here they fixed their station. 

From time to time more settlers came, 

And many a spot was camped on; 
At length the town must have a name, 

And so they called it Campton. 
Now wake the harp and time the lyre 

To sing of ancient days, 
This rural theme the song inspire; 

To sound old Campton's praise. 

In homespun were the people dressed, 

Of woolen, tow or linen. 
Their Sunday suits, which were the best, 

Were neatly made by women. 
And women then could wash and bake. 

And also were good spinners, 
The maids could ply the hoe and rake, 

While matrons cooked the dinner. 

Our fathers raised a house of Prayer, 

When few there were to build it, 
And every Sabbath, foul or fair, 


The people nobly filled It. 
To meeting went, both young and old, 

'Twas then but little trouble. 
For none would keep a horse, we're told, 

That would not carry double. 

So all on horseback then did ride. 

Unless they went by sledding, 
And e'en the bridegroom and the bride, 

Eode double to the wedding. 
And though the girls, we're told 'tis true, 

Could not then dance cotillions. 
We know- that all the country through 

They used to ride on pillions. 

And now the times, we say, improve, 

And learning is more plenty. 
At railroad pace the people move, 

And when they're five and twenty. 
They've gone the rounds of learned lore. 

Are fit for any station, 
They quickly pass, are seen no more. 

And thus goes on the nation. 

This season be a land mark strong, 

To guide us on our way, 
And as we pass through life along, 

Let us not go astray. 
To good old days we'll bid adieu. 

And so we'll travel on. 
We'll wish for all, good hearts and true, 

And now wind up our song. 

Histony of Centen Hanbon 


The township lyio^ as it does, not only on the shores of 
Laive Asquam but upon the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, 
making a diversity of advantages hard to be found in the 
offerings of any other town to its host of summer visitors. 
The village is on the extreme northwest shore of the latter 
body of water, upon the crest of a commanding green 
mountain side, overlooking the broad expanse of Lake Win- 
nipesaukee, "Smile of The Great Spirit," with a range of 
mountains looming up in the distance. The natural beau- 
ties and a magnificent harbor from which is derived its 
name, are its principal attractions as a summer resort. 
The channels are deep, the shores are fringed on every side 
with the richest foliage, its waters are sparkling and pure. 
In close proximity are many islands, all along shore are 
camps and cottages of the scores who have made this inland 
lake retreat their summer home. 

No screech of a locomotive was ever heard at Centre 
Harbor. No offensive odors from bog or marsh taint the 
air. The steamers on the lakes and the old fashioned stage 
coach, swinging from its cradle of leather, are the means of 
public conveyance at the "harbor." 


The drives and walks from Centre Harbor are many in 
number. A short drive or walk from the village brings one 
to the far-famed "Whittier Pine." Red Hill is an adjacent 
peak whose summit is about 2,100 feet above the tide water 
and commands a fascinating view of the surrounding land- 
scape with a horizon of at least 200 miles. This is a great 
retreat for picnic parties from both lakes. 

There is every sort of an accommodation for the sum- 
mer visitor, from the stately hotel to the small camp, and 
delightful farm house. The fame of Centre Harbor has 
spread to regions remote from its own hospitable hearth- 
stone, for those who have visited here have become en- 
amored of its many attractions and natural beauties, and 
the surrounding vistas are worth the journej'^ of many a 
mile to see. 


Let us picture for a moment the pleasure those forerun- 
ners of the coming civilization must have felt as they stood 
upon the brow of one of the neighboring hills, perhaps at 
early morning to map the journey for the day, there being 
no spotted trees or blazed trail. Behold, lying unrolled be- 
fore them is their future home, radiant in the rays of the 
rising sun, and their long and tiresome journey is finished. 

The quiet of the wilderness is unbroken save for the 
awakened throng of feathered songsters. These same for- 
ests knowing not the devastating hand of human progress, 


their silfince only broken by the occasional fall of some aged 
monarch, worn out by the struggle against the season's 
storms or withered by the lightening's stroke, must soon 
be sacrificed before the altar of the onward approaching civ- 

Yet again as we look the scene is changed. It is evening. 
The fast receding sun is disappearing behind the mountains 
in the west. A band of tired and travel worn men stand 
looking at the fast vanishing outlines of a grand and pic- 
turesque landscape. Their eyes behold for the first time the 
mecca of their journey. Unrolled before them is the pano- 
rama of their future home, made beautiful by the golden 
rays of the setting sun. These wooded hills and valleys un- 
disturbed, save for the prowlings of primitive man and den- 
izen of the forest, in their search for daily bread, are soon 
to yield their secrets to them, the forerunners of a sturdy 
and thrifty race of home builders. 

We can hardly realize the thoughts and feelings of these 
sturdy and sun browned pioneers, as they almost embrace 
one another in their ecstacies of delight, at this the pleasing 
conclusion of their long and tedious journey, yet only the 
beginning of still greater hardships in subduing the forest 

Here we must draw the curtain, for what now transpires 
we of the present generation would little understand, their 
haste to seek repose that the early coming of another day 
may see them on their new domain, they do not forget there 
and then to bow down 'neath the fast appearing stars of 
the heavens, "The forgetmenots of the angels," and give 


thanks to the God of their Fathers for the hand which 
guided over the unblazed trail. 

For a story of those earlier days, the struggles made and 
hardships endured, we find it necessary to refer to tradition. 

AuioDgthe earliest families we find the names of Old Sam 
Senter, for whom the town was named; Moultons, Goes, the 
family names of Norris, Clark, Edgerly, Cram, Hawkins, 
Huckius and many others all staunch and true. 

Of those very earliest days very little can be told for 
even tradition is quiet on the subject. The earliest settlers 
seem to have had their principal trouble with the animals 
found roaming in the wilds about their home. 

This story will easily show the seriousness of the situa- 
tion, and it for us has its humorous side. 

One of the early matrons with her baby of perhaps two 
or three years, was on the edge of her home clearing, hang- 
ing out the family wash on the convenient bushes as was the 
custom. When she had finished the task, she turned to 
pick up her baby and great was her surprise to see lying side 
by side, the baby and a nearly grown cub bear both soundly 
sleeping. The frightened mother snatched up the baby and 
screaming started for the log cabin. The bear, startled by 
the sudden awakening loped away into the bushes. 

It is interesting to show the value placed upon the land 
by the early settlers. For example, there is a story told 
locally f)f how, what was New Hampton Gore, now a part of 
Centre Hjirbor, was given to a man because he very thought- 
fully presented to the Governor a good fat ox. This strip 
includes farms worth today several thousand dollars. 


The first saw mill and only one in the town was built by 
Jacob Hawkins, In what year is not known. There was no 
grist mill. 

The first carriage or wheeled conveyance of any elegance 
was purchased by Wadley Cram about 70 years ago. The 
body rested, as does the cart body today, on the axle. This 
was considered to be a wonderfully comfortable way of trav- 

They say that in doing their spring plowing with the old 
wooden plow, the early settles thought nothing of taking 
the cows and heifers from the pasture and yokeing them up 
for the work. 

An interesting story is told of one Samuel Jones, son of 
Ezekiel Jones, at the time of the first train going through 
Meredith. It seems that Sammy was the town's laughing 
stock because of his apparent lacking of brain cells. As the 
train pulled into Meredith, Sam with the other curious citi- 
zens of Centre Harbor was on hand to welcome it with open 
mouthed wonder. Now Sammy was not content to stand 
and look at this "boiling teakettle," but he must walk all 
around it, taking it in from all sides. One survey was not 
enough, but every trip to Meredith meant for Sammy a new 
survey of the iron monster, and on his return home a disap- 
pearance and seeking of seclusion unaccountable. After a 
few mouths of this, greatly to the surprise of everyone, 
master Sammy appeared with a miniature train of cars com- 
plete almost to every detail. When Samuel became of age 
he started for Laconia with his train of cars under his arm. 


He was given a position in the car works there and soon 
advanced rapidly. 

The physicians of the town have been Dr. Page and his 
son, and Dr. Morrill. 

We were unable to secure the data in regard to the 
churches of the town. No regular and continuous services 
for any length of time have been held. There is a house of 
worship at the village and one known as the Hawkins meet- 
ing house in the western part of the town. 

The school system is that of the common graded 



1880— Chas. H. Canney, James H. Clark, Frederick T. 

1881— Chas. H. Canney, P. T. Hawkins, James H. Clark. 
1882-83— Josiah C. Sturtevaut, Chas. C. Cook, Lester 

1884-85— Josiah C. Sturtevant, Alonzo Perkins, Matthew C. 

1886— Josiah C. Sturtevant, Albert M. Huckins, Chas. H. 

1887— Orville P. Smith, Charles C. Cook, Albert M. Huckins. 
1888— Orville P. Smith, Rufus L. Coe, Geo. Fogg. 
1889-91— Orville P. Smith, James P. Leighton, Bradford 



1892-93— James P. Lei^hton, John S. York, Fred E. Web- 

1894— James P. Leightou, James M. Thompson, Amos D. 

1895— James P. Leightou, Daniel W. Cox, Daniel B. Smith. 

1896— James P. Leighton, Daniel W. Cox, Albert M. Huck- 

1897— James P. Leighton, Albert M. Huckins, Eben S. 

1898— Orville P. Smith, Eben S. Hawkins, Frank H. Morse. 

1899— Orville P. Smith, Eben S. Hawkins, Frank L. Towle. 

1900— Orville P. Smith, Frank L. Towle, Albert Huckins. 

1901-04— Orville P. Smith, Albert E. Huckins, Edgar W. 

1905-06— Orville P. Smith, Walter J. George, Fred E. Web- 

1907— Orville P. Smith, Edgar W. Smith, Geo. S. McCrillis. 

1908— Orville P. Smith, Edgar W. Smith, James R. Lovett. 


1880-84, William C. Clifton; 1884-96, Geo. H. Piper; 
1896-97, Albert Perkins; 1897-1901, Edgar W. Smith; 1901- 
02, Frank L. Towle; 1902-06, Daniel W. Coe; 1806-07, 
Edgar W. Smith; 1907-08, Andrew J. Putnam. 


1880-81, John H, Moulton; 1881-86, James M. Paine; 
1886-94, Chas. H. Canney; 1894-95, Chas. C. Cook; 1895- 
1900, William A. Paige; 1900-02, Daniel W. Coe; 1902-07, 
Chas. C. Cook; 1907-08, Albert E. Hutchins. 


For the following years there are no recorded names for 

town officers, but some of the older citizens have handed in 

these names as authentic, these are also the first officers 

elected by the new made town. 

1798— AVinthrop Robinson, Jesse Sturtevant, Hugh Helsea. 

1799— Hupjh Helsea, James M. Greenleaf, Pelhan Sturte- 

1800— Hugh Helsea, Pelham Sturtevant, Daniel Norris. 

1801-02— Hugh Helsea, Daniel Norris, Benning Moulton. 


1798, Winthrop Robinson; 1799-1800, Hugh Helsea; 
1801, Moses Morse. 


The settlers living in this part of what was then New 
Holderness, Meredith and New Hampton, because of the 
great distance fiom the centre of the town affairs of their 
respective towns, the exceedingly hard and difficult travel- 
ling to town meetings and church services which the early 
settler conscientiously attended, petitioned the General 
Court of New Hampshire, by a petition signed by the lead- 
ing men of the section in question, to incorporate said sec- 
tion in a town to be called Watertown. 

The section under consideration was bounded as follows: 

"Beginuing at Col. Smith's Mill (so called), in Meredith 

aforesaid, thence by west side Measley Pond (so called), to 

the mouth of the Brook running into said pond, from thence 


on a direct course to Ramsej's Mill (so called), in New Hold- 
erness aforesaid; from thence over Squam Pond (so called), 
to northwest corner of Red Hill Cso called), and thence to 
the bound first mentioned." 

A committee of three in the House took the matter 
under consideration Jau'y. 1, 1789. The personel of the 
committee was as follows: Hon. Joseph Badger, Esq., Dan- 
iel Beede, Esq., and Capt. Abraham Burnham. 

Their report was unfavorable, "Because," as they said, 
"While there is justice in the plea of distance and other 
hardships, the detaching' of these sections would so weaken 
the towns in question that they would be unable to support 
churches and other public institutions." 

For nearly ten years this movement for a new town, here 
among the Hills and Lakes, lay dormant, apparently. On 
June 8, 1797, a new petition, signed by many of the old pe- 
titioners as well as others, and sanctioned by the town of 
New Hampton at a legal town meeting, was granted by the 
General Court, thereby establishing the town of Centre Har- 
bor. Bounded as follows: 

"Beginning at northwesterly corner New Hampton, 
thence on line between Meredith and New Hampton to 
Measley Pond (so called,) thence to Measley Pond Brook, 
thence up middle said Brook to Long Pond, thence up mid- 
dle Long Pond to inlet at Head of said Pond, thence north 
35° west to New Holderness, thence east on said Holderness 
line to the southeast corner of said Holderness, thence north 
on said Holderness line to westerly corner of Moultonboro, 
thence on line between Moultonboro and New Hampton to 
bound first mentioned." 


Later, July 3, 1873, a small portion of Meredith was 
added to the town of Centre Harbor. 

There are of course many reasons given why the name 
of "Centre Harbor" was adopted by the new^ town. One be- 
ing that it was out of respect and as an honor to one of the 
earliest settlers in this section, Judge Senter, who came here 
about 1767. Another, and we believe the authentic reason, 
was because of the situation of the new town, midway be- 
tween the harbors of Moiiltonboro and Meredith (so called), 
on Lake Winnepesaukee, made it by natural conditions the 
"Centre Harbor." 


The earliest history of this town in military affairs 
belongs to and is a part of tiie jjistory of her sister towns. 

We find nmong- those who took an active part in the 
war that shook the institutions ot our American nation and 
abolished forever the traffic in human souls from this soil of 
freedom, many who claimed the town of Centre Harbor as 
their home. Many of these enlisted from other towns. We 
give here those men credited to the contingent furnished by 
the town of Center Harbor, namely 

Charles R. Boynton, George W. Davis, George H. Follett, 
William P. Ham, Benjamin S. Hawkins, Horace S. Hutchins 
Bradford Leach, Charles P. Leavitt, Enos H. Nudd, Edward 
S. Towle, Wesley S. True, Luther Cass, Peter Cawley, John 
Perry, George C. Smith, John Brown, Thomas Keefe, Moses 
Cook, William H. Leach and William H. Smith. 

Histotty of SandiPicb 


Sandwich, in the western part of Carroll County, embra- 
ces the northern part of Lake Asquam, although the village 
of Centre Sandwich is two and one-half miles from the lake 
shore. The township is bounded by the following- towns: 
Waterville on the north, Tamworth on the east, Moulton- 
boro on the south, Holderness and Campton on the west. 

Like the neighboring towns the principle business of the 
people during the summer mouths is to entertain the sum- 
mer vacationists. Mountain climbing and drives through 
the mountain region are the principle features in the way of 
a diveision. The most noted peaks found in town are: 
Black Mountain, Israel Mountain, Sandwich Mountain, 
Peaked Hill, Bald Knob on the northern boundary line, and 
Young Mountain. 

In the way of drives there are a number of trips easily 
taken. The drive around Lake Squam, over to Ossipee 
Mountain Park, from Centre Sandwich to Sandwich Notch, 
and a visit to Beede's Falls are highly recommended, as are 
many others of various lengths. 

The summer tourist reaches Sandwich in a somewhat 
round-about way, either by the boat Mount Washington to 
Centre Harbor, from the railway stations on Lake Wiune- 


pesaukee and thence by stage, or up Lake Squam from Ash- 
land by boat and thence to the village by team. Either 
method is a very round-about way but the scenery on the 
trip is worth the trouble. 


The original charter dated Oct. 25, 17G3, is similar to 
that of the other charters granted by Benning Wentworth, 
and contained the usual grant of six miles square or 23,040 
acres. On the survey of the original grant it was found that 
'•The Northerly «& Westerly sides there of [are] so loaded 
with inaccessible Mountains & Shelves of Rocks that it is 
uninhabitable," and the grantees petitioned for an "addi- 
tional Grant of a strip of his Majesty's Land on the south 
and on the east of the aforesaid Tract." This addition was 
made Sept. 5, 17G4, making a total area of G4,000 acres. 

Among the earliest settlers we find the names of Na- 
thaniel Folsom, Nicholas Oilman, Daniel Beede, Samuel 
Folsom, Enoch Poor and others. Because of the induce- 
ments given by the proprietors and the comparative ease 
(for those days) of getting to market, the town fast became 
well settled, and remained for some time one of the principle 
towns of Carroll County. 

The town has ever had a deep interest in the religious 
and educational sides of life. The people, God fearing and 
well educated, have ever taken a prominent part in the 
world's work. 


Altliou<;Ii the town is apparently isolated it has many 
things in llie way of natural advantages to compensate for 
its distance from railway facilities. It lies on the border of 
as wild a country as New Hampshire affords, while skirting 
its noithern boundary is that chain of massive mountains, 
the Sandwich range. From these, and also from the lesser 
hills, a diversity of vistas are unfurled to greet the visitor's 
eye, at once pleasing and startling. That pearl of unsur- 
passed beauty, the Squam Lakes, lie nestled almost at the 
feet of the green clad hills. And in the middle distance glim- 
ers the silvery surface of Lake Winnepesaukee, intervening 
and surrounding these, rise tier upon tier, pinacle after pin- 
acle of hill and mountains, beautiful to the superlative de- 
gree, sheltering the many fertile valleys and the well tilled 
iarms of the town. 

Although many of her children leave home to become 
prominent in the various occupations of life in the business 
world, as writers in science and medicine, in law and the pul- 
pit; some compensation for this loss is derived from the 
arrival annually of hundreds of people, wearied by those 
same struggles and activities, to recuperate in the quietude 
and beauties of this inland town. 

Industries— No mill whistle or bell calls the people of 
this town to their daily toil. It is now as in the earlier days, 
the principal mechanical industries are the saw mill and 
grist mill, although at one time (for a short time only), the 
manufacture of clothing and boots and shoes was carried on 
quite extensively in town. Brick making and tanning were 
also undertaken at various times. 


Educational— From the earliest days the people of Sand- 
wich have been interested in literature and the cause of edu- 
cation. The common school system is of the best and they 
are well fi;raded. 

Sandwich Academy, chartered about 1824. The first 
school held about 1837, with Charles Cochrane, instructor. 
The last term was held in 1850, and in 1852 the building was 
sold and torn down. 

Sandwich Library Association— In 1800, the Legislature 
incorporated the "Sandwich and Moultonborough Social 
Library. In 1810, as the field was too broad, the "Sandwich 
Social Library" was incorporated. In 1882, the "Sandwich 
Library Association was formed at Centre Sandwich with 
many of the books of the Social Library. In 1888, on May 
10, it was made an incorporate body. A large number of 
books and magazines are now found on its shelves in the 
building which serves as its home near the Post Office and 
nearly opposite the Sandwich House. 


Physicians— Asa Crosby, Lot Cook, Moses Hoyt, Charles 
White, Andrew J. McFarland, James Norris, Dr. Shannon, 
Thomas J. Sweatt, Rev. William Herves, George Sanborn, 
Tristriam Sanborn, Dr. Ingalls, Dr. Emerson, John Black- 
mer, Joseph Huntress, Dr. Geary, J. A. Presby, F. S. Lover- 
ing, Enoch Q. Marston, Ervin Wilbur Hodsdon, Aaron M. 
Howe, Rev. Harrison N. Hart, Simeon D. Buzzell, William 


A. Pa^e, Mr. Moody, Wilbur Fiske SanborD, A. H. Harri- 
niaii, Hornce J. Binford, George N. French, A. B. Hoag, F. 
E. Brynr. 

Dentist— Samuel Beede Wiggin. 


Centre Sandwich Post Office— Stage leaves for West 
Onsipeo, N. tl., at 4 A. M., returning at 5 P. M., also one 
leaves for Meredith at 8.15 A. M., returning at 4.30 P. M. 
Average number pieces handled 500 per day. 1st class, one 
third; 2nd class, 100; 3rd and 4th class balance. Number 
people reached by Post Office about 600. One R. F. D. of 
20.2 miles. Amount of business for year $1000. 

Secret societies of the town are Mt. Israel Grange, No. 
158, membership 100; Red Mountain Lodge, A. F. & A. M., 
No. 68, membership 50. 

Population of the town about 1,075. 

First birth recorded April 29, 1769, Hunken Hilton, son 
of Jen Hilton and Abigail, his wife. 

First saw mill and grist mill said to have been built and 
run by one Col. Beede. 

Mt. Israel named for Israel Oilman, one of the first 
settlers and Great-grandfather of Algernon S. A. Oilman, 
now living in town. 

Farming and entertaining summer tourists, principal 
sources of revenue. 



1772— Met at Dauiel Beede's June 29. Proprietors had 
neglected to keep up their town government and town had 
lost its officers: Ebenezer Smith, Esq., moderator; Daniel 
Beede, Esq., clerk; Elias Ladd, Moses Weed, Daniel Beede, 
Esq., selectmen. 

1781— Voted no ox sled shall pass on the public road in 
the snow path being narrower than five feet from outside to 
outside of said sled sides on penalty of twelve shillings to be 
recovered by complaint before any justice of the peace, etc. 

1789— Voted to have no town school. 

1790 — First recorded vote for Congressmen, Hon. Sam- 
uel Livermore, Esq., Hon. Nicholas Oilman, Esq., and Hon. 
Abiel Foster, Esq., received the majority. 

1792 — First record of town meeting being held other 
than at the house of Daniel Beede. Meeting called for 
"meeting house." 

1798— Voted |30 be drawn from town treasury to open 
a road to Burton, "stopped by hurricane." 

1802— Pound built near large meeting house. 

1806— Town work house established at home of Nathan- 
iel Weed; Mr. AVeed made work master. 

1817-18— Strong temperance movements made by town. 

1820 — Voted that ewine be not permitted to run at 
large after Nov. first. 

1824— First town farm in the state established at Sand- 
wich this year. 

1841— By-Laws adopted providing for suitable clothing 


for poor in care of town to attend public worship; punishing 
persons who run horses through streets, use profane or 
obscene lanouaji;e, disturb re]ij2,ious or moral assemblies or 
town meetmgs; prohibiting the sale or giit of liquor within 
one mile of any town meetino-; prohibiting the running at 
large of cattle within half a mile of any meeting house, town 
house, tavern, store or grist mill; lor the annual appoint- 
ment of seven or nine police officers. 

1847— Voted to build town house at expense of |500, to 
be located at Skinner Corner. 


Elder Jewell was the first settled minister at Sandwich, 
coming here prior to 1776, preaching the stern faith and 
doctrines of Calvin. The Calvinistic Baptists built a church 
about 1780, or a little earlier. This must have been a very 
crude affair as in 1802, it had served its purpose and a new 
meeting house had been erected, occupying the site of the 
])re8ent Freewill Baptist church at the Centre. This build- 
ing was built by the ])eople and was occupied by the Bap- 
tists and Methodists alternately. 

Freewill Baptist Church— September 2] , 1803, applica- 
tion for fellowship and union was made to New Durham 
Quarterly Meeting and was accepted the same day. This 
started the Freewill Baptist Church of Sandwich with Joseph 
Quimby, pastor. 


The North Sandwich Free Baptist Church was the orig- 
inal first church of this denominatioD in town. After the 
division in 1839, when Mr, Jewell left the pastorate of the 
churches here, Rev. Dudley Pettengill then ministered to 
the church. Many repairs were made on the church about 

Methodism came to Sandwich early in the century, about 
1800 probably and perhaps earlier. A Mrs. Winslow it is 
said was the first member and Jedediah Skinner the second. 
The organization commenced work April, 1825, on a house 
of worship which was finished the same year. 

At North Sandwich the Methodists and Congregation- 
alists built a church edifice of brick which was used alter- 
nately by the two denominations. 

The first church built by the Methodists was used for 
about twenty-five years and was then devastated by flames. 

The present edifice was then built in 1848, on land giveu 
by Hon. Moulton H. Marston. 

The Congregational Church— Until 1814, the people of 
this faith attended worship either at Tamworth or Moul- 
tonboro. For the first few years the services were conducted 
by the pastors of these churches gratuitously. Aug. 17, 
1814, there were thirteen members on the church records. 
Rev. Mr. Taylor and Rev. Mr. Cogswell were here for short 
periods at that time. 

After an up hill battle a house of worship was built and 
dedicated on the 30th of November, 1825, Mr. David P. 
Smith serving as first pastor. 

North Sandwich Congregational Church organized June 


27, 1832. Prior to this, for many years those of this faith 
attended Divine worship at Tamworth. At this organiza- 
tion there were fifteen members enrolled. In 1833, they 
united with the First Church at the Centre in securiuo; the 
labors of Rev. Giles Leach and his were the last reg;ular ser- 
vices they had. 

East Sandwich— In 1878, a cha^pel was built here called 
Union Chapel, and here the people of different faiths met and 

The Friends— As early as 1777, there must have been 
about forty members, while in 1802, they had become so 
numerous, that the Salem Quarterlj' Meeting in Massachu- 
setts reconized it as one of its branches, and established it as 
the Sandwich Monthly Meeting. 

At the Centre we find these names among those promi- 
nent in the affairs of the society; lloag, Beede, Varney, 
Hoit, Marston, Heard, Hill, Marston, Dow, Beau, Plumer, 
Hanson, Tuttle and many others. 

At North Sandwich they were fully as strong, but were 
organized later, and built a building for their w^orship. 



1890— Paul Wentworth, Chas. O. Blanchard, Herman H. 

Qui m by. 
1891— Herman H. Quimby, Wilson D. George, Chas. R. 




1892-H. H. Quimbj, Geo. S. Hoyt, Chas. R. Fellows. 

1893- Paul Wentworth, Henry F. Dorr, Rosvvell S. Batchel- 

1894— Chas. VV. Donovan, Alonzo McCrilJis, Paul Went- 

1895-96— Chas. W. Donovan, Henry F. Dorr, Alonzo McCril- 

1897— Chas. W. Donovan, Henry F. Dorr, Chas. B. Hoyt. 

1898— Henry F. Dorr, Chas. B. Hoyt, Thomas W. Hoap:. 

1899— Paul Wentworth, Thomas W. Hoaj?, Charles B.Hoyt. 

1900— Paul Wentworth, Henry F. Dorr, George W. Thomp- 

1901— Samuel B. Smith, Geo. W. Thompson, Algernon S. A. 

1902-Samnel B. Smith, Chas. B. Hoyt, Henry F. Dorr. 

1903— Alonzo McCrillis, Geo. W. Thompson, Willis B. Mars- 

1904— Geo. W. Thompson, Herbert E. Moulton, Willis B. 
Mars ton. 

1905— Herbert E. Moulton, Geo. W. Thompson, Paul Went- 

1906-07— Geo. W. Thompson, H. E. Moulton, Charles W^ 

1908— Herbert E. Moulton, Frank H. Chick, William Heard. 


1890-97, William G. Gannett; 1897-1908, Daniel D. 


1890-95, Elmer B. Hart; 1895-96, Erwin W. Hodsdon; 
1896-97, Elmer B. Hart; 1897-99, Elmer H. Tasker; 1899- 
1901, Elmer B. Hart; 1901-05, Elmer H. Tasker; 1905-08, 
Elmer B. Hart. 



Credited to Sandwich on the Revolutionary War Rolls 
are the names of Andrew McGaffeJJ^^Daniel Beede, Capt., 
Joshua Prescott, Ist Lieut., Josiah Bean, 2nd Lieut., 
Jacob Weed, Ensign, William Hilton, Elisha Winslow, 
Moses Paige, Nathaniel Knowles, James Flagg, Edward 
Wells, William Ferguson, Josiah Parsons, Sargent Kimball, 
Jonathan Hiljard, Simeon Smith, Jonathan Willard, 
Nathaniel Phillips, Jacob Smith and Reuben Moulton 

Civil War— The following is a partial list of those who 
represented Sandwich in the bloody conflicts known as the 
Civil War or War of Rebellion. James Hillis, William Strat- 
ton, Ist Sergt. Josiah Prescott, Frank Atwood, Sewell 
McDaniels, Warren Morrill, John A. Nute, Hiram S. Pres- 
cott, Cyrus B. Vittum, William H. Wallace, Martin Leonard 
and Edward S. Hines. 

Others from the town fought in the contingents furnished 
by other towns, etc. 

Histony of tDoultonbono 


Moultonboro lies on the north side of Lake Winnepe- 
saukee, is bounded by Sandwich, Tamworth and Ossipee on 
the north; easterly by Ossipee and Tuftouboro; southerly by 
Lake Winnepesaukee and Tuftonboro; westerly by Centre 
Harbor and Squam Lake, 

Besides beino- well patronize as a resort for summer 
visitors the guests of neighboring towns seldom fail to make 
a visit to Moultonboro's many attractions in the way of 
mountain trips, etc. One of the principal points of attrac- 
tion is Ossipee Park, and a climb up Ossipee Mountain. 

Ossipee Park was purchased in 1879 by B. F. Shaw 
Esq., then only a tract of land in the Lee settlement, now, 
through the efforts of Landscape artists and the exdendit- 
ure of large sums of money, it has become the mecca for 
hundreds of coaching parties from miles around. On the 
side of the mountain nestles his beautiful residence, ap- 
proached by cool and shady drives and walks. 

A comfortable path leads you to the cascade and rustic 
bridges cross the brook in many places. The climb to Ossi- 
pee Mountain makes the trip to the park complete, from 
this vantage point one of the best views to be obtained in 


the state is found. In the magnificent view from this peak, 
three thousand feet above the sea, may be noticed Casco 
Bay, Portland, Saco and other points in Maine; the White 
Mountains, Kearsarge, Whiteface, the Sandwich range and 
Ossipee and Winnepesaukee Lakes. The name of the high- 
est pinnacle of this Ossipee Mountain which lies mostly in 
Moultonboro, was by a vote of the town in 1882 changed 
from "Black Snout," as it was lormerly called, to "Mount 
Shaw," in honor of B. F. Shaw Esq., of Lowell, Mass., in- 
ventor of the famous "Shaw-knit" machine. 

The principal bodies of water are Long Pond and Little 
Winnepesaukee Pond. Long Pond is about two miles long 
and half a mile broad. At its mouth, about a mile from the 
Village of Centre Harbor, is an excellent water power. Lit- 
tle Winnepesaukee is a beautiful sheet of water near Moul- 
tonboro Corner, containing about 200 acres. Many kinds 
of fish abound here, and in the hunting season it is a popu- 
lar place with the sportsmen. 

Many Indian Relics and signs of their occupancy are 
found near the ponds and streams. Indian cellars are found 
about eight feet square and carefully stoned. In 1817 a 
gigantic skeleton measuring seven feet was found near Tuf- 
tonboro line. 


In 17G0 a few men living at Hampton united for the 
purpose of "taking up a township" in some part of New 


Hampshire. Many reports of this territory had reached 
them and a survey was ordered. Oct. 16, 17G1, an organ- 
ization was completed by electing Capt. Ephraim Moulton, 
chairman; John Moulton, clerk and treasurer. A tax of six 
pounds was imposed to defray expense of survey. 

The section surveyed contained thirty-six square miles. 
Because of the "badness" of the territory the Masonian 
Proprietors gave an additional grant, including a part of 
now Centre Harbor and Meredith. 

The final grant was made Nov. 17, 1763, for the pur- 
pose of promoting the settlement of the country to Jona- 
than Moulton Esq., and sixty-two associates. 

Settlement was begun at an early date, and in 1764, 
Sept. 18, it was voted to pa}'^ to any one building a saw mill 
£1,000. Dec. 2, 1765, voted to Jonathan Moulton ninety 
pounds for building a saw and grist mill on Red Hill river. 

The town of Moultonboro was incorporated Nov. 24, 
1777, and named in honor of Col. Jonathan Moulton. The 
first town meeting was held March 31, 1778. 

Disputes long and fierce arose between Moultonboro, 
Sandwich and Tamworth, in regard to boundary line. 
These were fostered by Jonathan Moulton for personal gain. 
A committee consisting of John Langdon, Joshua Went- 
worth, and Benjamin Chadbourne, appointed Feb. 22, 1785, 
fixed the boundary lines permanently. 

Among the names of the early settlers we find those of 
Col. Hoit, John Marston, the Richardson family, headed by 
Col. Bradbury Richardson; Joseph, Joseph Jr., Josiah and 
Reuben Smith; David Lee, first owner of Lee's Mills, so 


called; James Evans and six sons, among tbem being James, 
Smith B, Alvali C, and Daniel B,; Benjamin Sturtevant and 

From the earliest the town was strictly a farming sec- 
tion. Since the discovery of gold in the west, through the 
call of the mannfacturing cities and the life and bustle of 
the metropolis, the homestead and farm have been seriously 
neglected by the younger generations. What was a happy 
Aoadian life is now only tradition. 


A meeting house was built at East Moultonboro in 1773 
and did service until blown down by a severe gale in 1819. 
Another was soon erected. 

March 12, 1777, at annual town meeting, a Congrega- 
tional church covenant was presented and signed by a large 
number of the prominent town's people. A Rev. Samuel Per- 
ley seems to have set himself up as the chosen pastor of 
this flock, causing some of the leaders to petition the Hon- 
orable Council and House of Representatives to act in the 
matter, with the result that Perley left soon after. Rev. 
Jeremiah Shaw was then given a call, Sept. 27, 1779, which 
was accepted Oct. 9, 1779. Mr. Shaw preached here until 
1825, and lived here until his death, 1834. 

About 1840 the meetino;s were held at Moultonboro 


Corner, in the town house. Later came the erection of a 
church at the Corner, the services then being held alternately 
at the two places, East Moultonboro and the Corner, this 
finally broke up the organization, causing a seperation into 
two factions, and finally the death of both. 

The riethodist Church, organized in 1840, has had 
these pastors: 1813, 11. Ilartwell; 1814, H. Hill Jr.; 1845, 
supplied; 184G. John Smith 2d; 1847-8, Jonathan G. John- 
sou; 1849-50, D. W. Barber; 1851-52, J. W. Spencer; 1853, 
supplied; 1854-55, J. W. Gurnsey; 1856 57, J. B. Holmau; 
1858, L. Draper; 1859-60, H. Chandler; 1861-62, A. C. 
Hardy; 1863, C. K. Homan; 1864, J. Currier; 3 865, A. J. 
Church; 1866, A. P. Hatch; 1867, H. A, Mattison; 1868, H. 
S. Ward; 1869, J. E. Robbins; 1870, N. P. Philbrook; 1871, 
L. L. Eastman; 1872, H. Chandler; 1873-74, A. Adams; 
1875-76, supplied; 1877-79, S. J. Robinson; 1880, J. H. 
Knott; 1881, G. H. Hardy; 1882-84, C. Byrne; 1885-86, G. 
N. Bryant; 1887-89, Wesley J. Wilkins; 1890-92, Geo. M. 
Stephen; 1893, Geo. R. Lock; 1894-96, Geo. A. McLucas; 
1897-98, Herbert F. Quimby; 1899-1902, John E. Sweet; 
1903-06, Dick E. Burns; 1907-1908, Wm. P. White. 

Freewill Baptist— As early as 1810 services were held 
by people of this faith, and have done so at various inter- 
vals since. 

Physicians— Caleb Morse, Asa Crosby, Ichabod Shaw, 
Thomas Shannon, John M. Emerson, George Peavey, Frank 
L. Judkins, AVilliam H. H. Mason, George L. Mason, Frank 
S. Lovering, Leonard B. Morrill and Mr, Hatch. Present 
physician, F. S. Lovering. 



Total valuation, |438,000; Resideut, |.37S,075; Non 
Resident, |51),925. 

Population (efetiniated), 975; No. Polls (estimated), 

Moultonboro Post Office: Averaj^e pieces daily, 300; 
business for year, 1750. II. F. D. No. 1, 24 miles; number 
reached by office about 500. 

Moultonboro Gran<ip, No. 3 97, members 75; K. of P., 
Chocorua Lodp,e, No. 164, membership 75. 


Common schools well graded are the only educational 
institutions of the town. 

The Moultonboro Public Library is well patronized. At 
its early history, this was a branch of the Sandwich and 
Moultonboro Social Library. The organization is very 
well supplied with books and magazines both of reference 
and fiction. 



1890— George H. Bragg, Stephanus C. Kelley, James R, 


1891-92— Edwin F. Brown, James R. Caver) v, Horace A. 

1893-94— Edwin F. Brown, Horace A. Smith, Fred M. Foss. 
1895-96— Edwin F. Brown, Horace A. Smith, James R. 

Caver] 3\ 
1897-98— Albert M. Fo8s, Irin F. Moulton, Chas. W. Davis. 
1899— Irin F. Moulton, Chas. W. Davis, Stanley W. James. 
1900-03— Irin F. Moulton, Chas. AV. Davis, James A. Black. 
1904— Trin F. Moultou, Herbert A. Richardson, James A. 

1905-OG— Irin F. Moulton, James A. Black, Chas. W. Davis. 
1907-08— Geo. II. Bragg, Delbert Cook, Geo. A. Blanchard. 


1890-1908, James E. French. 


1890-97, Leander Bryant; 1897-1904, Alfred S. Freese; 
1904-08, Geo. H. Richardson. 


Among- the names we find on the Revolutionary War 
Rolls as credited to Moultouboro are: John Garlin, Moses 
Kelsey, Mark Blackej^ Joshua Thornton, James Mason, Eb- 
etifzer Clark, John Sanderson Jr., Stephen Atkinson, Wil- 
liam Blake, Bradbury- Richardson, John Adams, Joseph 
Senter, Lt. Col. Nathan Lee, Rufns Adams, Joseph Chandler, 
John Ross, Samuel Neal, Daniel Cary, Robert Glines, William 


Thompson, Hunjh Kelsev, Moses Kesea, Andrew Cummings 
and Daoiel Ward. 

Civil War:— Nicholas IMarsell, John Sullivan, Joseph 
Wilson, Jaraes Evans, Daniel P. Grant, Ilenrj Bowles, 
Falis II. Castone, Francis N. Ehvell, John Butler, Michael 
Heme, Jaraes McCorchan, Geo. Scott, Marcus Aldrich, Ed- 
ward Church, Anp!;u8 McKenzie, Geo. Pierce, George Smith, 
John Green, Joseph F. AVentwortli, William B. Worth, Chas. 
W. Brown, Benj. F. Caverly, Edward H. Clark, David Clem- 
ent, Geo. R. Clement, John M. Emerson, Charles F. Garland, 
Phinneas Glidden, Geo. W. Glines, Albert A. Graves, Chas. 
IJ. Horn, Chas. W. Hojt, Eldridge Jacobs, Thomas Kelley, 
John B. Leighton, Geo. H. Monlton, Lyman F. Moulton, 
Alfred G. Sanborn, Edwin W. Shannon, Clinton A. Shaw and 
Chas. L. Bryant. 

Home Cooking - Family Table - Reasonable Rates 



Washington St. ASHLAND, N. H. 



Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Groceries and Canned 


Main Street, Ashland, New Hampshire 



The population of tbe towns of Ashland, Plymouth, 
Sandwich, Carnpton, Centre Harbor and Moultonboro has 
been arran<i,ed in faniilieH where it has been possible. In ad- 
dition to the resident livino- members, the names of the non- 
resident members are included. It should be borne in mind 
that this plan does not include the names of all former resi- 
dents of tills town, as the names of the non-residents appear 
only when one or both of the parents are still livinr;; in the 
town. After the name of each non-resident will be found 
the present address, when such address has been given to us. 
Non-residents are indicated by the (*). 

When a daughter in a family has married, her name 
taken in marriage appears after her given name in parenthe- 
sis, the name preceded by a small m, thus: (ra ). 

Following the names of the population is the occupations. 
To designate these we have used the more common abbre- 
viations and contractions, as follows: Farmer — far; car- 
penter—car; railroad service — R R ser; student, a member 
of an advanced institution of learning — stu; pupil, a member 
of a lower grade of schools (including all who have reached 
the age of five years)— pi; housework— ho; laborer— lab; 
physician and surgeon— phy & sur; clergyman— clerg; mer- 
chant — mer; teacher- tr; blacksmith — blk; clerk — cl; book- 
keeper— bk kpr; lawyer— law; mechanic mech; machinist- 
mach; engineer-eng; maker— mkr; worker— wkr; work— wk; 
shoe shop operative— s sop; cotton or woolen mill operatives 
— mill op; weaver— weav; spinner — spin; electrician— elec; 
painter— ptr; carriage work— car wk; dress maker— dr mkr; 
insurance— ins; traveling salesman, or commercial traveler — 
sales, or coml trav; music teacher — mus tr; teamster— team; 
general work— genlwk; mariner— mar; emplo3'— emp; retired 
— retd; telephone operative — tel op; telegraph operative — 
teleg op. 

Jlshland Census 

Note — Where no Post Office address is given Ashland is 
understood. The followinj^j streets are abbreviated thus: 
Washington— Wash; Pleasant — Pleas; Highland— Highld. 

Andrews, Annette H (Adams 
George A 
Cora V (m Cotton 
Andrew, Ann L (Rollins ho 

Sarah J (ra Gordon 
Mary C (m Craig- 
Annan, Martha (Barber ho 


Atkinson, Jas stonecutter 

Isabelle F (Plaisted 

Ila B (m Eastman 

Austin, Ada C ho Highld 

Averill, J S mill op Main 

Lottie F (Stevens 
A very, Rev Newell 

ar, Henry R R 

ser Mill 

Mary (Murry 


Margaret M 

mill op 







Abbott, Harriet C (Smj-the 
*Elmer E fore liv stable 
Melrose Highlands, Mass 
Adams, Geo H harness mkr 

Almeda M (Page ho 

Sadie E(m Hull 
Emma E (m Jacobs 

Afugere, Arcade 
Caroline ( 

Allen, Ethan mill op 
Maria H (Taylor 

Ames, A B 
Ames, Alice B 








pastor Bapt Ch 


*Bachelder, Ora (m Sanborn 


Bachelder, D S 

far & sum brdrs 
Addie E (Huckins 
Erville J Jar 

Baker, S H far Thompson 
Avis J ho 

Gladj's tr 

Samuel S cl 

Baker, TheroD car Thompson 
Emily S (Sargent ho 

J Percy pi 

Ethel M pi 

Baker, C E far Thompson 
Lizzie C (Mitchell 
Elsie H pi 

Baker, Abbie E (Harriman 


Barnej^, Fred mill op Main 
Josephine (Guyette 

Bateman, Wm far Main 
Sarah (Dean 

*John K meat mar 

Gloucester, Mass 

Beattie, L M fireman School 
Gertrude E (Folsom ho 
Vance B stu 

Ruth C pi 

Ruby I pi 

Belanger, Edw lab River 
Selena (Guyette ho 

Delia (m Marr ho 

Minnie (m Billodau 
•Georgia tr Littleton 

Benton, Jos far 

Amanda (DurgiQ 
Etta pi 

Berry, Lorisa (Denue^- 

*Mabel (m Huckins 

*Allis (m George Lakeport 
*Emma (m King Laconia 
Joseph lab 

Lena G ho 

Flora M pi 

Purvis S pi 

Lillian H 

Berry, Wm ptr 

Bicklord, Horace far 

Rosa A (Moore ho 

*AxM mill op Goffs Falls 
El win S far 

*Earl M U S Navy 

U S S Washington 

Bilodeau, Joseph mill 

Adele (Tonquay 
Pauline pi 

Bilodeau, Thos lab Mill 
Clara L (Graveson ho 

Bilodeau, T box shop Mill 
Antunat (Gu\'ette 

Bilodeau, T lab Thompson 
Ada M (Jackues 

Blake, M C poultry farm 



Jessie F (Woodman ho 
Blanchard,JM tanner Church 

Frank S mill op 

Susie M (in Cuette 

Clara C (Pierce ho 

Blanchard,SF mill op Mill 

AbbieM(Felch ho 

Edith E stu 

Darrell F 
Blanchard, John far 

Laura L (Sanborn 

Florence H tr 


Ruby pi 

Bodwell,RG d Main 

Alice M ( Libbey ho 

Clyde ' pi 

Boone, Allen F sura res 

Fannie C (Chapman 
Boone, R C architect sum res 
Bowen, Dan'l ptr Depot 

*Mabel F (m Nelson 


*Earl C messenger B & M 


Bowen, Delia E ho Thompson 

Bowen, Wm C Ex agt 

Boy n ton, Henry team Winter 

Sarah A (Blanchard ho 
Brace, Elzar mill op Main 

Jane (Coaty ho 

Delia hotel wk 

Gertrude mill 

Freddie pi 

Rilla H stu 

Phillip pi 

Brethreck, Wm retd 

Martha (Keating ho 

Brock, John C team Main 

Grace E (Drew brdg ho 

Francis H pi 

Brogan, Jas wholesale liquor 


Roxie F (Robinson ho 

*Edvvard C baker 

15 Austin, 

Cambridgeport, Mass 

James C mill op 

Brogan, Jas C mill River 

Cora (Plaisted ho 

Bro, Dianna mill op 

Bro, Mary mill op 

*Brook8, T far St Agnes, Can 
*P>rooks, Sarah A (m Cheney 

*George C Franklin Falls 

Mabel C (ra Brown 

Fred J mill op 

Brooks, Fred Glove 

Flossie (Baker ho 

Ruby E 

Frederick E 
Brooks, L B real est agt Main 

Rosabelle (Boucher 

Marion R pi 

Bessie stu 

Coriune G pi 


*Brown, Lovell fl fruit farm 
Rodoudo, Cal 
*John C blk Canaan 
*Berton L mason 

Bridgeport, Conn 
*W S lab Cauaan 

*VVilder C far Orford 
*fnez R (m Bitnam 

*Lucretia (m Boulge 

Salt Ste Marie, Mich 
•Versa S (m Bixby 

Fitchburg, Mass 

*Ethel M ho Canaan 

Brown, Annie P (Smith Depot 

Brovvu, Henry (Cool ho 


Brown, Mark S car River 

Nellie M ( VVilloughby ho 

*RK lab No Woodstock 

Brown, Geo H sporting goods 

Lydia F (Carr 
Rufus B glove shop 

Albert L paper mill 

Mabel H pi 

Brown, Mary A (Fletcher ho 


Ora A mer 

Brown, Burdett H 

Annie R (Cass ho 

*Lillian J (m Sargent 

Franklin Falls 

Grace B 


Brown, A mer & county Tr 


S Addie (Cheney 


Ruth C 


Robert F 


Brown, Sarah E ( 


mill op 

Brown, Geo J 


Grace T (Thompso 


Brown, J Irving 


Martha J (Griffin 


mill op 

*Emma (ra Peikini- 


Brown, W B mer 


Brown, Minnie E (Reed 



Ethel M 


Mary L 


Wilfred A 


*Bruce, Geo A car 

& mach 

Randolph, Vt 

*Harry L Campton 

livery stable & horse dlr 

Robert B mill op 

Bruce, Robert pap mill 

Daisy L (Harris ho 

Robert E 

Bryant, Lulu prin high school 

Bryant, Geo W far & mill op 
Ella M (Carr 


Oliver J 
Ethel M 
Fred L 
Lucy C 
Mary B 
Winnie M 
Bryant, Olivier J 
Lonise (Cote 

mill op 

mill op 



Cad well, Jennie (Torsey 

Calley, W H far Plymouth 4 
Alden M far 

*Hattie A (m Eastman 
Dennis H poultry & far 
*Harris far Tilton 

Lester T lab 

Calley, Chas E 

Maud (Jewell ho 

*Calley, Frank L exp 

46 Barkley, Worcester, Mass 

Chas E hos mill 

Carey, D W furn & carpets 

Mattie S (Smith ho 

Leslie R stu 

Carr, Leonard boss weaver 

Grace M (Valier ho 

Hearn P pi 

Carr, Jennie (Huckins Highld 
Ella M (m Bryant 
Cora B (ra Jackson 

Fred A mill op 

*Grace B (m Edwards 

Meredith, Conn 
Carr, F A mill op Thompson 

Ada E (Peaeley ho 

Carr, Thos E blk 

Eldora M (Sherburn 

Roy A stu 

Carr, Carrie (Eastman 

Carr, Leonard mill op 

Chadwick, Lydia M (Hill 


Noyer C tanner 

Chamberlain, Sarah E 

(Hodgdon cor High & Riv 
Chamberlain, Fred mill op 
Chandler, P J cl 

Mary E (Ahern 
(Chaplin, Addie (Mouessett 

ho Depot 

Edward J 
Chartier, Lewis mill op School 

Emma (Roberts ho 

Irene E 
Chase, Mary J (Greenlief 


Ora G far 

Gladys J pi 

*Chase, Leon R R ear Concord 
Chase, Henry far Main 

Mary L ( 

Alfred HA pi 

Eusrene M 



Jessie B 

Chenery, Lizzie (Erulaw 
Minnie (m Taylor 

Cheney, Thos P Hi^hld 

rtd mfr & dlr in mdse 
J M phy & sur 

* Harry A phy Campton 
*Alice M (m Gilmau 
24 Hart Ave, Portland, Ore 
Addie S (m Brown 
Annie P 

Cheney, J M phy Highld 
Lucy A (Hughes 
Mary E stu 

Thomas P stu 

Chilcott, Abraham boss in mill 
cor Depot & Hill 

Alice C ( ho 

Bertram L stu 

Marion A 

A Frederick stu 

Constant S stu 

Clark, Edna M pi 

Clark, Georgia (Long 

Ernest W car 

Willis H team 

Sherm A eng 

Edna C (m Richard 
E Maud paper mill 

Flora B (m Valier 

Clark, JasO stone mason Hill 
Carrie M (Robinson ho 

Clark, Louise M (Blake 

Clayton, Cathleen servant 


*Cleveland, A Boston, Mass 
Clifford, WB team Wash 

Elinor J (Swett 

Edna M stu 

Tressa J pi 

Marcia A pi 

Oral B pi 

Clough, EdwW mill op 

IdaB (Maxfield 

Carlos E pi 

Alice M pi 

Alpha L 
Clough, Viola E (Cox Mill 

Chas E car 

AUiean M (m Page 

Addie B (m Russell 
Clough, Chas E car River 

*Winnie B Everett, Mass 
boss in suit case dept 

*Beatrice suit case mfg 
Everett, Mass 

*Roy L stu Everett, Mass 

Belle A (Bruce-Bruce ho 
Clough, H G hotel cl Main 

Lena R (Colby mill op 
Cogswell, Warner B trav sales 


Cora M (Tucker ho 

Colby, Stephen B retd 

Colby, Edw P team Murry 

Lena M (Heath ho 

Bertha J pi 

Grace Priscilla 
Cooley, AUie boss in mill 


May A (Horner 

Leon A pi 

Cote, Albert fireman Mill 

Jessie (Lamond 

Addie L mill op 

Therese M stu 

Orillo H stu 

Harry L pi 

Edw E pi 

Jobn H 

Catherine M 
Cotton, Seldou J team River 

Cora V (Andrews 

Cotton, Ellen A ( Main 

hotel cook 

*Frank W Providence, R 1 

Eugene W 

Emily (m Thompson 
Cotton, Jas M Main 

prop Squam Lake Ho 

Dora J (Campbell 

Dorothy Elizabeth pi 

John Melville pi 

Harold Parker 
County, Dennis retd 

Harry R lab 

Minnie C (m Moore 
Cox, Thos H car Highld 

Ida (Cummino'S ho 

Craig, Oliver retd Winter 

Olive J (Andrews 

*Ora W Laconia 

Rector St James Church 

Vera L hosiery mill 

Crockett, Chas far 
Rose A (Gault 

Clarence E pi 

Ashley R pi 
Horace A 

Cummings, Ella M (Cass ho 
27 Depot 
Delia M (m Piper 

Currier, Wm C far 

Nettie L (Rogers ho 

Edwin J pi 

Catherine L pi 

Jennie E pi 

Curtis, HarrietteL H (Hughes 

Ward on A far 


Daniels, Winnie tr Main 
Davidson, Sarah (Loud 

*I Newell stu Plymouth 

*Baxter team Alton 

Addie L (m Kimball 

Davis, A L photog School 

Margaret A (Pickett ho 

Chas W stu 

John J stu 

France T pi 

Abraham L pi 

*Day, Henry lab Plymouth 

Dean, Susie Main 

millinery, fancy & dry goods 

Benj lumb & liv stable 



Dearborn, Lucy A (Keyes 

dr mkr & librarian Main 
Dearborn, H C far Hi^hld 
Frances M (Shepherd 
*Adelle A (m Pease 

Gilford Ave, Lacouia 
*Alice M (m Campbell 

Wilder, Vt 
Demash, Theodore Main 

Mary ( 

Laura A 


Lydia J 




Derrick, Jas 
Dicey, Chas 


mill op Thomp 
R R ser Glove 
Dow, Mary E ( Blanch ard 

Georo:e E mill op 

Dow, Geo F 

Co K, 27th Reo- Iowa Infantry 
Dow, Oren John mill op 

Alice H (Elliott 
Dow, G E mill op Thompson 
Hattie (Vallier 
Tressie E 

Albert E 


Richard E 
Dow, Chas H 
Drew, Asa W 




Jennie S (Smith 
Drouiu, Ernest 

Angle (Gilbert 

Leon E 

Louraine C 
Dupuie, Edward mi 

Araie (Chenvert 

Patris S 

Mary M 

Ezra I 

Rilda M 


Abbeno G 




mill op 


11 Hill 

mill op 

mill op 

mill op 






Eastman, Fremont D 


Ida M (Pettengill 

Frank VV 


Eastman, C E jeweler 


Alice (Shepard 


Eastman, Susie ( 


Eastman, Simeon 


Ila B (Smith 


Merle C 


Phillip S 


Eastman, E stone i 


Lilla B (Eastman 

*ClydeS mill op Ply 


Lena B 

Eastman, Jas A 

Leroy M 


Eastman, E B j^'love fact 

Mary J (Morisette 
Loriiia A 
Estella M 

Eastman, Chas A mill op 

Laura E (Perkins bo 

Edp:ar W mill op 

Louis C car 

Marj A cl 

Chas H cl 

Laura F tel op 

Alvin R stu 

Forest L stu 

Robert H stu 

Paul S pi 

Malcolm C 

Elliott, E E prop mill Main 
May E (White ho 

*Gertrude M (m Gordon 

Richford, Vt 
Elmer G mill op 

Elliott, Maud C ho 

Elliott, John M hosiery mill 

Ellis, Sheldon E mill op 

cor Highld & River 
Hannah F (Snow-Colley 

Pastes, Frank cl Depot 

Eva (Clark 

Evans, E B mill op Glove 
Jessie C (Currier ho 

*Elsie M (m Seeley 

96 Adams, Keene 

Filch, Louis H ptr Hill 
Bessie J (Smith ho 

Mabel H 

Fellows, Bert E car 

Nancy R (Rix 

Ferrin, Rachel A (Johnson 

Myrtie C (m Palmer ho 

FiSeld, Frank car Hi^^hld 
Abbie (Cumminp^s ho 

Lester mech & elec 

Arthur mer 

Louie bk kpr 

Fifield, Lester mech & elec 

Eleanor (Wood ho 

Dorothy B 

Fifield, Arthur mer Hi<;hld 
E Gertrude (Bullard ho 

Flanders, G TT mill op 

Christie H (Hodo:don 
Roy N pi 

Marion J pi 

Charley M 

Flemino', Martin paper mkr 

Mary (Sullivan ho 

Mary ho 

Julia F (m Nichols 
John M mill op 

Frank C paper mkr 



James H cl 

Fo«j2:, Emily ( Plymouth 

Fulton, Emma G (Grant 


Florence E (m Nichols 

Garaaeche, Jos Main 

Dora (Guyette 
Freddie Iil 

Annie pi 

Josie pi 

Helen pi 

Paul pi 

Antoinette pi 

Marion ])1 


Gammons, E G Main 

undertkr & mer 
AdeleC(Ladd ho 

Philip E pi 

Marjorie L pi 

Samuel W }>1 

Garland, D F mill op Main 
Martha E (Johnson 

Garfield, Mrs A M (Younji; ho 

Almeda E box fnct 

Gerry, Jennie F (Clement ho 


Gignae, Greo^ory mill op 

Phebe (Canhue 
Leonore E ho 

Gin^ras, Geo N mech Schoo' 
Mary ((jignac ho 

Clifford E pi 

Harry L pi 

Hiram F pi 

Leonore A pi 

(Jerald M pi 

Natalie F 

Goddard, L M mer Hill 
Edna C (Swain ho 

Gordon, ('has L mach Hi^hld 
Sarah J (Andrew ho 

John H lab 

Harold A stu 

('has H pi 

Mary L G pi 

Gordon, Margaret (Baker 

Allie L (m Willoughby 

Gordon, L F printer Winter 
Nellie M (Sargent ho 

(Joss, Sam'l R R ser Depot 

* George S R R ser 

Warren Summit 

(joss, Sarah ( 

Gotham, Jas F cl Winter 
Mary P (Bacheldcr ho 

Gould, Emily (Tobine Main 
*Laura E fm Robinson 

*John C car Gilmanton 
*Henry L R R ser Winona 
Rose A (m Crockett 



Ashley C lab 

Iva B (ni Moss 
Gould, Asbley lab Main 

Flossie C (Kedion ho 

Gove, Chas pap mfr 

Greenwood, H E School 

])tr & pap hoT 

Lillian (Weeks 

dr uikr 

Edson H 

Guyette, Eugene lab 


Julia^ ( 













Guyette, Jos mill op 


Ellen (Depue 

Lura (ni Deniash 

Flora (m Hughes 

Rosie (m Poland 

Josie (m Barney 

Mary (m Bloddo 




mill op 




mill op 




Hall, Leslie mill oy) School 
Lillian I (Haj-es ho 

*Hammel,LC lab Plymouth 
Annie (Valier ho 

Sadie E pl 

Minnie pl 

Lei a V 
Dora E 
Nora E 

Hardy, W F Hill 

cashier Ashland bank 
Jennie E (Nelson 
Jessie M stu 

Harriman, A L barber Pleas 
Annie L (Landry dr mkr 

Harriman, RC mill op Pleas 
Addie M (Barnaby 
Carl E pl 

Donald R 

Elarriman, A W milk farm 
Abbie E (Marden ho 

(lertrude (m Boynton 
*(^ary B (m Lock 

Los Angeles, Cal 
*Henry B optician Tiltou 
Mary A (m Varnum 
Florence M (m Crockett 
*Lettie B (ra Palmer 

Arthur L barber 

Harrington, Jennie (Baker ho 




Harris, R M lumber Spring 
Elizabeth M (MeKa.y ho 
*Laura M (m Miller 

4 Kendrick, Nashua 
*I J (m Peaslee Nashua 
Frederick A mill op 

Lula A (m Higgiiis 
Gladys L etu 

Yesta I stu 

Ruby L mill op 

Pauline G stu 

Harris, Electa T (Smith 
Nellie E (m Plummer 
*Linda B (m Huse 

24 Pillsbury, Coucord 

*G R Waterloo, Oreg 

Frank M tel op 

*Carl F con H & M R R 

10 Pearl, Concord 

Hart, Robt H Highld 

Eleanor (Black 
Maria (m Merrovv 

Harvey, C A coachman Main 
Laura (Connor ho 

Alfred L stu 

Armstrong B pi 

Heath, Chas ptr & brick mas 
Martha A (Cox ho 

Inez J (m Patterson ho 

Heath, Rollie X blk 1 Church 
Roxey .F (Sanborn tr 

Heath, W C invalid 

Amy M (Morey ho 

Blanch C "^ pi 

Hill, Harry team Pleas 
(jtertrude (Good\vin 

Hill, Howard H pi 

Williau) stu 

Arthur pi 

Hill, Joseph blk 

Hill, Daniel C ins agt 

Hilliard, Geo H stone cut 

Alice E (Clark 
Agnes E stu 

Loraine M 

Hobbs, Amanda (Berry 

E W eng 

Hodgdon, Geo M stone cut 
Pamelia (Plaisted ho 

Christie H (m Flanders 

Hodgdon, Elizabeth (Dow ho 

Hodsdon,Ella ( 

*Blanch (m Weutworth 

Pleas, Plymouth 

Holland, Mary G stu 

Catherine E stu 

AnnaM pi 

Cornelius G pi 

Mary G stu 

Holmes, Sam'l far Main 
Mary E (Foss ho 

Horrigan, Mary (Hawkins ho 
cor Pleas & Main 

Horrigan, Michael retd River 
Margaret (Sweeney 
James barber 



*John spinner Lebanon 
Mary J box shop 

Margaret cl 


Hoyt, Leon J ptr 

Adaline E (Ta.shro ho 

Huckins, J C M D Main 
Susan M (Bachelder 

Huckins, Edgar pi 

Huckins, Alva far River 
Ruby A (Plaisted 
Nellie M ho 

Ada L tel office 

Grace T stu 

Herman A stu 

Huckins, F S P M Cottage 
Bessie J (Canney ho 

Huckins, Nellie M ho 

Huckins, A N dlr in hay Depot 
Ida M (Tuttle ho 

Huckins, H S bk kpr Cottage 
Mina A (Worthing ho 

Reginal W 

Huckins, Jas F retd Higlild 
Mary S (Smith ho 

Frank S P M 

Harry S bk kpr 

Hughes, Carrie H S (Sanborn 
cor Pleas & Hill 

Hughes, Francis M ins agt 
Mary M (Baker ho 

Hughes, Addie S (Shepherd 


Elmer C 

Jackson, J M 


ins agt 

Cora B (Carr 

Abner F cl 

Jacques, Theodore mill op 

Mary M (Guyette 
*Nora M (m Tibedeau 

Lawrence, Mass 
*Ida Z (m Lavertue 

*Theodore S far 

Perrin, Cal 
Eugene mach 

*Marion Ada 

Perrin, Cal 
*Bert D iar Perrin, Cal 
Emma L 
Mary M 

Leon C car 

Ora E P pi 

Laura G pi 

Homer C pi 

Frank A pi 

Jewell, Henry A School 

mach tender 
Caroline I pi 

Raymond E N 
Arabel H lab 



Jewell, Chas D barber School 

IdaB (Ellsworth 
*JohnsoiJ, Harry teleo; 

*George E mill op 

Worcester, Mass 
*Roy C team 

Hubardston, Mass 
Johnson, S mill op School 
Anna A (Abraham ho 

Lillian M 
Edna I 
Gertine C 


Ketchum, G H retd 2 High Id 
Jessie A (m Thompson 

Keys, Abbie K (Richards 

*VVm E mach Honolula 
*Jennie (m Holmes 

Ipswich, Mass 
Frank A mach 

Kimball, Frank A mach 

Addie L (Davidson 
Vera G stu 

Knowlton, C V hotel stable 

Sarah P (Tilton ho 

Alice M pi 

Harold E pl 

Lackie, Amelia Highld 

Lafoe, Geo A mach Depot 

Flora R (Rogers ho 

Irene M pl 

Lamond, Saml fireman Hill 

Mary (Fields ho 


Samuel pl 

Freddie pl 

Laraontague, Fred mill op Mill 

Mahrua ( 

Paul pl 

Wilfred pl 

Exelia pl 





Lamprev, Lottie A (Smith 

Lamprey, Alma C ho Highld 
Languay, Don police Mill 

Pearl E (Rice 

Clinton W 
Leavitt, Frank far & mill op 

Ellen (Rogers 

*Harry car Holderness 

*Mabel (m Sanborn 


Lobdell, W J eng Gordon 



Bertha M (m Smith 

Grace A (ni Moore 

*Mabel M (m Avery 


Robert A eng 

Lobdell, Kobt eng & mill op 


Esther (Ward 
Lock, Arthur mill op 

Lord, W S mill op Pleas 
Lord, John mill op Mill 

Alice (Appleyard 

Grace E tr 

Vera stu 

Lougee, Chas F lab Mill 

*Mary (m Durant 


Herman paper mkr 

Frank F paper mkr 

*Florenee (m Lougee 


Rose S (Deos-Brooks ho 
Lovvd, J W team Winter 

Fannie J (Woodbury 

Wooster R mill op 

Lyford, H S life ins agt Depot 

Martha E (Peaslee 


Mack, Geo W spinner Gordon 

Mann, Susan M dr mkr Main 

Marr, Delia (Belanger River 

Donald F stu 

C Howard pi 

Elenore A pi 
Pauline M 

Martin, Bert A miller Depot 

Fannie L (Patten ho 

Martin, Joseph lumb 

McGraw, Joe Main 
Flora (Guyette 

Melvina pi 

McGraw, Ralph lab 

Annie ( 

Angle pi 

Mclntire, Robt lab Collins 

Lettie M (Plant ho 

McSweeney, Edw 

McSweney, J mill op School 

Sophie E (Frame ho 

Edith E mill op 

Merrill, H J Highld 

sporting goods factory 
Lucy A (Chamberlain 

Miller, Lillian E mill op 

Mills, Byron car Main 

EmmaA(Kelley ho 

Floyd S stu 

Minnon, Victor lab 

Mary M ( ho 

Victor cl 

Lena mill op 

Mary mill op 

Willie mill op 

Emma pi 

Joe pi 



Ida pi 

Mabel pi 



Mitchell, Elizabeth (Hill 
Mitchell, B M mill nifr Wash 

Era ma (Williams 

Eutjene B boss paper mill 

Eva C (m Shepard 
Mitchell, E mill op Wash 

Mary (Rock ho 

Gladys pi 

Mitchell, Ellen (Wright Main 
Moore, Filander L far 

Nancy M (Bancroft ho 

*Royal A ptr 

73 Depot, St Johnsbury, Vt 

*Jennie D (m Bennett 

6 Quaker, W Concord 

Nellie M (m Bryant 

Frank far 

Fred W team 

Ada R ho 

Moore, Fred W team 

Grace N (Lobdell 

Inez A pi 

Mattie I 

Fred W 
Moore, Frank far 

Minnie C (County 

Maud M pi 

Dennie P pi 

Moore, Carlos E ptr 

Bernice M (Harris ho 

Ralph S 

Leon F" 
Morey, M M janitor school 


Annie M (Hardy ho 

Susie W^ (m Morey 

Harry W mill op 

Bessie H at home 

Morrill, J H ^rist mill & feed 


Alice (Brock 

Olney S pi 

Morrisette, Joseph mill op 

Mary ( 



Morrison, J G glove mfr Mill 

*A E far Alliance, Neb 

*H G miller Laconia 

John E cl 

*Alice E (m Foster 


Mary A (Cotton ho 

*ArthurC printer Laconia 
Morrison, J E cl Winter 

Winnie V (Cole 

Ruth E pi 

Clifton C pi 

Morrison, SSL 
Morse, H J mill op Main 

Iva B (Gould 

Robert L 



Stephen H 

Morton, Alessandro far 

Susan F (French ho 

Herbert A far 

*Edna L (m Johnson 

8 Maple PI, Quinc^^ Mass 

Morton, H C poultry & far 
May D (French ho 

Elton H pi 

Alfred T 

Murray, John R R ser Main 
Hester C (Beard ho 

M Louise pi 


Nichols, J N mill & lumb dlr 

Julia F (Fleming- ho 

Nichols, Elbridge G 

paper mill Cottage 

Evelyn C (Clark ho 

Winefred S tr 

Alice E stu 

Nichols, A F livery stable 

Alice B (Mitchell ho 

Ernest M 
Mabel A 
Nichols, E M livery Winter 

Florence E (Fulton 
Nichols, F P mech Hill 

Blanch (Warren 
Northend, Ellen H (Holt 

sura res 

Norris, Ella L (Bowen ho 

Ordway, Bert G far 

E Villa (Flanders ho 

Marten a F pi 
Beatrice V 

O'Shea, Margaret mill op 

Page, Wm R car Highld 

Alliean M (Clough 
Page, Leon R car Highld 

Mary A (Clough 
Paine, Caroline I stu Main 
Palmer, Chas H ptr Main 

Myrtle C (Ferrin ho 

Earl H pi 

Parray, Tom lab River 

Mary (Godbout ho 

Tommy lab 

* Parker, W H mgr st oil team 

Hillsbury Bridge 

Parker, Annie M dr mkr Hill 

Pattee, Chas H School 

supt hosiery mill 

Susie W (Morey 

Chas W stu 

Pease, Martha E ho Highld 
*Pease, B F retd Plymouth 

Mary E (Bachelder 

Madae tr 



Earl R R ser Plymouth 

Mariou P (m Thompson 

Bret stu 

Howard stu 

Peaslee, J B letd River 
Peaslee, F B mill op Main 

Sarah (Paine 

Arthur L mill op 

Peaslee, John P spinner Mill 

216 Main, Nashua 

*Henry L elec cond 

Jennie (Gujott 
Peaslee, Jacob retd River 

Eunice A (Clement ho 

Ada E (m Carr 

*Jotham C druggist 


Peaslee, G (Benton ho River 

EdnaT boarder 

Peavey, G B lumb dlr Main 

Rebecca (Dean 

Beatrice music stu 

Grace F stu 

Peavey, James lab 

Mary A (Bonner 

W J barber 

George mill op 

Harry mill op 

•James blk Plymouth 
Peavey, Harry mill op Mill 

Jennie ( ho 

Harry J 
Perkins, Frank ptr Pleas 

Francella (Gate ho 

Perkins, Paul retd Thompson 

Frances (Baker ho 

Ella F ho 

Pierce, Mary A (Fuller ho 

cor River & Highld 

Pierce, M^'rtie mill op 

Piper, Mary J (Clark 

Herbert glove shop 

Myrtie (m Pierce 

Minnie (m Wallace 

*Bessie (m Clay Plymouth 

*Ella (m Adams Lakeport 
Piper, Herbert mach 

Delia M (Cumraings 

Alberta M 
Plaisted, S retd far E Main 

PhebeE (Plaiwted 

*Cella C (m Eastman 

6,357 Jackson Ave, 
Cliicago, III 

*Belle (m Bowen 

68 Wilder, Lowell, Mass 

*Jennie S (m Leavitt 
1 Sparhock Ex, Portsmouth 

Annie S (m Morse 

Carrie E 

finishing dept hos mill 
Plaisted, D watchman Depot 
Plant, Elgie H pi 

Plant, Dana lab Mill 

Edith M (Rom pre}' 
Piatt, Jas B mill op"^ Highld 

Sarah E ( 

Chas G mach 





Edith A 


Piatt, Chas mech 


Ashley W (Whipple 


Frances M 

Elizabeth M 

Plummer, G F sta agt Depot 

Nellie (Emmons 

Plummer, Geo W 


Lillian (Gushing 

Arthur H 


Flora M 


Maud A 


Catherine A 


Porter, A E drug Highld 

Abbie (Merchant 





Porter, 11 M druggist 


Anna S (Shaw 


Alberta M 


Porter, B P dr 


Blanch B (Eastman 

Harry P 


Pouiin, Napoleon 


Hosia (Goitte 



Pratt, Mary 


*Prescott, Charlie laundry 


, Mass 

Preston, Salley ( 






Prince, Chas laundry Main 
Sarah A (Richards ho 

Randall, Geo W lab Main 
Mary (Goodwin ho 


Raymond, Geo 

Hattie A pl 

Record, Lewis S law Highld 
Ethel (Robinson ho 

Agnes E 
Dorothy L 
Stephen W 
Hattie F 

Reed, Will N mer 

Lida M (Roger ho 

Roberts, Jos N car Murry 
Pauline A (Davidson 
Mary J stu 

Henry J stu 

Frances P pl 

Robie, Gay mech River 
Jessie F (Chamberlain 
Clyde G pl 

Tracey L pl 

Louise A pl 

Robinson, M L (Roe Hill 

Carrie M (m Clark 
L G weaver woolen mill 
*AnuieB (m Patten Hill 

Robinson, A mill op Cottage 
Mary (Smith ho 





Rock, Geo lab Winter 

Jessie B (Small 

Harold R 


Rock, Geo stone mas Mill 

Laura (Thibedeau ho 

Mary (m Mitchell 

Lillian mill op 

George L mill op 

Rogers, James M B far 

*Clara E (m Osborn 


*\Vm ERR ser California 

*Nellie S (m Woodman 


Nettie L (m Currier 

*Harry J R R ser 

12 Raleigh Ct, Chicago, 111 
Rogers, Geo L far Depot 

Hannah E (Lambert 

*Ed\v C 

Chas W exp 

*iNellie E bk kpr 

Court, Middletovvn, Conn 

*John W ex agent 

46 Fountain, 

Middletovvn, Conn 

*Chester H brick mas 

Weymouth, Mass 

Alice I stu 

Rogers, Chas W team 

Nettie A (Avery ho 

Ralph L 
Carol A 
Nellie H 

Rollins, Rnfus L retd Highld 

Romprey, P lab Mill 

Ida J (Young- 
Joseph lab 
Eugene pi 
Edwd pi 
Edith xM (m Plant 

Roux, Moses meat mar 

Lumiua (Morin ho 

Oziar car 

Asdros el 


*Arthur s s op 

609 P]Im, Manchester 
Wilfred stu 

Antonia stu 


Roy, J A Hill 

pastor St Agnes Church 

Ruell, Samuel lab 

Julia (Ruell 

Russell, Clarence D cl Mill 
Addie B (Clough 

Sanborn, Helen (- 
Sanborn, A J 





Carrie F (Forsaith ho 

Hazel F pi 

Dorothea J pi 

Mad aline E pi 

Sanborn, Chas far 

Julia R (Brown ho 

Edgar W plumber 

Melville C plumber&prntr 
Lewis B gas employ 

*Nettie M (ra Davis 


* William N far 

Torrington, Wyoming 

Sanborn, E W plumber Mill 
Sadie A (Ames ho 

Sanborn, Mary J (Garland 

ho Main 

Sanborn, Francis M trav sales 
Ada B (Aldridge 
Myrtle A stu 

Jacob B pi 

Francis M 

Sanborn, Jason E car 

Rosie G (Worthen 

Sargent, Chas M lab 

Alma A (Evans ho 

Nellie M (m Goddard 
Gertrude B telep 

Arthur C lab 

Lester B pi 

Sawyer, Wm H mill op Main 

Josephine ( 

Alonzo H pi 

Rose A pi 

Harry E pi 

Lorenzo H pi 

Phillip A 
Louis A pi 

Sawyer, Jos far Elm 

Mary (Durant ho 

Ezra pi 

Millie pi 

Peter pi 

Ernest mill op 

Julia kitchen work 

*Ada(m Vontell Plymouth 

Schelzel, Adolph ptr Wash 
Clara R (Wilkie 
Bernice L 

Scribner, Geo E hosiery mfr 

Emma (Meade ho 

Scribner, Arsenath Miss Pleas 

Scriggins, Frank mill op 

Carrie E (Blackley 
*Iona B (m Tibbetts 

*Maud R (m Lougee 

Jessie F paper mill 


Semons, Frank cl Winter 
Jessie M (Babson ho 

Wm F pi 

Clara M pi 

Shapleigh, Emeline P (Perkins 
ho Highld 



Shaw, Chas H 

Alice (Witlmni 

Ethel M 

Laura E 

Ralph W 





mill boss 


Eva C (Mitchell ho 

Milton T pl 

Phylis R 

Shepherd, Florette (Eastman 

Shepherd, H H retd Highld 

Shepherd, E L lab Highld 

Martha L (Blair ho 

Sherburn, Louis lab 

Hattie M (Kelle ho 

Winnie I pl 

Sinclair, Wm far 

Small, Geo L far River 

Frank F mill op 

Lillian L (Lambert 

Chas L far 

Small, Blanche (Fletcher 

Jessie B (m Rock 
Harry A mill op 

Small, Chas L far 

Susie M (Drake 
Orville L pl 

Harley D pl 

Howard A 
Smith, Wm mill op No Main 

Mary ( ho 

*Heury mill op 

('linton, Mass 

*Cora (m Bolangio 

Cambridge, Mass 
Smith, Gardner car 

Mary E (Smith ho 

Smith, Maria A ho 

Smith, Martha A ho 

Smith, Geo M meat mar Main 
*Smith, W B far Plymouth 
Addie 1 (Wor thing- 
Everett B car 
*Osborn W R R ser 
Earl E stu 
Gladys R pl 
Smith, I H brick mas Gordon 
Emma E (Nudd ho 
*Lilliau (m McFarland 


*Ernest H car 

Addie G (m Gunn 

Clarence M car 

I^eon G lab 

Smith, Ernest car Gordon 

Bertha M (Lobdell ho 

Dorothy E pl 

Claud M 

Smith, Sarah E (Lee Pleas 

Smith, Edward pl 

Smith, Sarah S (Ames Hill 

Smith, Jos retd Hill 

*Annie (m Jewett ho 

Downers Grove, Chicago, 111 

*Grace (m Toothaker 

Wilmington, Mass 



*Lockhart en^ 

Lynn, Mtise 

* Louisa dr mkr 

14 Vine, Medford, Mass 

*Nellie ho 

14 Vine, Medford, Mass 

*Geor*i'e mot elec 

14 Vine, Medford, M^iss 

*Nesbet far Guilford 

Bessie J (Feleh ho 

Smith, Clarence car 

Nora A (Mudget 

Harry L pi 

Smith, H far »Jc sp <>ood fact 


Minnie (Baker ho 

S my the, B K retd 

Smythe, Abiah ho 

Smythe, Albert M lab 

Almeda M (Safo 
Spauldino;, R H mill op Hill 

Hattie (Darling 

Phillip D p] 

Spaulding, M C M D Main 

Mary C (Lamb ho 

*Josephine (m Goodhue 


Harry R hos mill 

Roy H w mill op 

Spaulding, Harry R Main 

Lillian (Pollard ho 

Dorris pi 

Lawrence M pi 

Spiller, Isabel tr nurse Winter 

Judith stu 

Spiller, Ida T (Thompson ho 


*Aray M (m Parker 

Hillsbury Bridge 

Mas A team Bristol 

Herbert C lab 

Elsie L mill op 

Stevens, Harry mill op 

Stevens, O F ptr Main 

Catherine E (Phillips ho 

Gladys E 

Frances E 
Stevens, True team 

Carrie D (Connor 

sum brds 
Stevens, Geo B retd River 

Jennie M (Durkee ho 

Stone, Frank ptr Main 
Stowell, E A lumb 

Straw, Etson A supt hos mill 

May H (Little ho 

Sullivan, Mary A ho 

Daniel F mer 

Swain, Henry sum bdrs 


Hattie A (Paine 

Florence (m Wells 
Swain, Geo B car E Main 

Annie E (Ellis ho 

Chas N bk kpr 

Edna C (m Goddard 



Talbie, Lewis E 
Edna M (Brown 
Mabel M pi 

Mild red H pi 

Howard F 

Tanojuay, Adel (m Billedeaii 
Fred lab 

Mary mill op 

Delia mill op 

Annie mill op 

John mill op 

Joseph A stu 

Alphone stu 

Tanp;uay, Nobert mill op Mill 
Leona (Sorell ho 

Leon a M 

Tice, Geo W printer Main 
May F (Kedien ho 

Lillian M 

*Tilden, Bertheua (m Berry 

549 Ashmont, 

Dorchester, Mass 

*Isabelle plaster factor}- 

Rockport, Me 

Timlin, Wm F far 

Adele (Worcester ho 

Constance J pi 

Louise G 

Therrien, Eva M 

•Thompson, A mer Bristol 

Thompson, Saml lab Pleas 

Grace T (m Brown ho 
Fannie A mill op 

Elizabeth M mill op 

Minnie M stu 

Thompson, Emily (Cotton 


Towle, Henry W lab Winter 
Abbie I (Nason ho 

Bessie M stu 

Trumble, Harriet (Doten 

mealers Mill 

Tucker, Anna E (Glover Pleas 
Cora M (m Cogswell ho 

Tucker, Fred A job team 



Vachon, Henry lab Mill 
Jessie (Landrock ho 

Almon L pi 

Ernest T pi 

Minnie D 

Valier, John lab 

Phebe (Morris ho 

Hattie (m Dow 
Jennie hosiery mill 

Elvira (m Valier 
John mill op 

Grace mill op 

Varnum, John L plumb 

Mary A (Harriman 
Ruth H 

Verrill, Ethel (Lock ho 



Yerrill, Chas H mill op Wash 
Flora D (Dow ho 

Vondall, Charlie mill op Hill 
Delia (Diipuie 
Wilfred A 


Wadleij;h, Fred J far & team 

Plymouth 4 

AVadleij^h, W L far 

Fly month 4 

Lizzie A (Black mill op 

Edith M stii 

* Wallace, Win barber 

Lyiiu, Mass 

Minnie (Piper ho 

Cynthia L f»l 

Walsh, Jas mill op S(;hool 

Hattie L (Smith ho 

May C (m C^uinn 

Warner, E P stone mas Depot 

Mary A. (Bl an chard 

Warren, Mary J (Moore Main 

*Daniel F f>jrocories 

Clairmont, R I 

Blanche E (m Nichols 

Roscoe S stu 

•Beatrice Plymouth 

cashier Tel Co 

Weare, Ira D Depot 

agt Grand Union Tea Co 

*Enoch W en^r & mill op 

Meredith Ctr 

Edith H (Mudgett ho 

Welch, Wm lab 

EttaM (Fogg 

Henry lab 

Harry lab 

Welch, Florence B (Easter 


Leila A pi 

Wells, Chas H mill op 

VVesson, Susan E (Keyes 

*Flora A (m Palmer 

Whipple, Annie (Hoyt Pleas 

Ashley W (m Piatt 

*Ueorge phy Mexico 
Whitcher, Emri car Plymouth 

Lydia A (Willoughby 

*Miua J (m Davis 

Sadie E (m Merrill 

*Eva J (m Good 
18G Commonwealth Ave 
Boston, Mass 

*Inez (m Decado Bristol 

*Iva B (m Ti bad ore 


Lester paper mill 

Lwin E lab 

Ray E pi 

Ona M pi 

WLiitehouse, Robert mill op 
Whitten, Hattie (Andrews 

Whitten, Elias V S 

Fannie (Benton 



Wilkie, Ida E( Heath Ploas 

*JusHn D eno- 

Los Vefjas, Nev 

*Georg;e C hack driver 

St Johnsbni-v, Vt 

*Martha L (m Kop])ka 

St Johnsbury, Vt 
Bill J hosipiy mil) 

Clara R (in Schelzel 
John i\I niill o[> 

*Albert C Inb 

St Johnsbury, Vt 
Austin B stu 

Mildred P 

Wilkins, Pauline E ])1 

Wilkius, Marion E 

* Wilkins, Alo-er G olec 

121 Federal, Boston, Mass 

Willey, ChasB Inb Main 
Nellie W (Crowley ho 

Willouu'hby, Otto far 

Lizzie A (Gordon ho 

Annie B stu 

Wood, Rev HL Hijihld 

St Marks Church 
Elizabeth (Stewart 
Elizabeth G ])1 

H Mary S 1.1 

Eleanor S B |)1 

H Gifford S pi 

Woodman, CS dentist 

Rose P (Hill 
Hallie L asst P M 

Joseph E mill op 

WoodmaD, Earl mill op 


Maud M (Caswell ho 

Forest E 
Wort hen, Lena ho 

Worthen, Eu.2,ene Mark phy 

Wright, F E paper mill Main 

Li Hie M (Coe 

Blanche L pi 

Alma B pi 

Harold S pi 

Hazel M 

Russell E 

Youno-, C A mill op Collins 

Josie M (Plant ho 

Herbert A stu 

Irvin L pi 
Hazel M 

Young, Otis mill op Main 

Vernie (Durant ho 
Lena M 

Ccn$u$ of IDoultonbono 

Note— Where no Post Office address is given Moulton- 
boro is understood. Other Post Offices are abbreviated 
thus: Moultonboro— Mltnboro; Long; Island— L I; Melvin 
Village— M Vil; Neck Road— Nk Rd. Rural Free Delivery 
routes are expressed by the number of the route. 



Abbotl, L M (LMiiiproy bo 

Josephine M (m Goodhue 
Abbott, Arthur F far No 1 

Bertha A (f^lch 

P^reemau H 

Harry A 
Aldrich, Victor F 

Mabel M (Day 
Amarbeia, Tony 

Margaret A (Belford 

James W 

Raymond A 

Margaret A 

Madaline A 
Amarbeia, James 

Madaline (Machio 

*Mary (m Carlo Now York 

*LeDa (m Chiriallo N Y 

Comalla p] 

& far 










Angelina dr mkr 

Ames, Harold B pl 

Ames, Martha J (Ellison 

*Fred L R R ser 

Newbury, N Y 

A very, R A stone mas Nk Rd 

Rosie J (Dow ho 

*Mabel L (m Hood 

Boston, Mass 
^Florence I (m Blackey 

Cambridgeport, Mass 
*Aray A (m Harmon 

York, Me 
*Lillian I (m Bel more 

Verba M (m Clem ant 
Mary S (m Dearborn 
Roland J pl 




Bacon, Geo F com advt 

Mltnboro R F D 

Myra A (Oilman ho 

Bartlett, Bert J blk Mltnboro 
Gertrude G (Glidden ho 

Bartlett, G far Mltnboro 
Alice F (Leach ho 

Frank D p! 

Clarence P pi 

Bartlett, Onie ho Mltnboro 

Batchelder, Edw F far R F D 
Annie (Newman ho 

Bennie F pi 

Batchelder, Lizzie N (Goodwin 
Lilla (m Hudson ho 

Bean, John retd R F I) 

Bean, John F car RFD 
Mary L (Manville ho 

Annie L pi 

Gladys L pi 

JohnF pi 

Naomi F pi 

Beason. Jos far 

Ameltersel (Gorden 
Napoleon far 

Daniel lab 

Newell lab 

Beason, Napoleon far 

Addie (Thompson ho 

Joseph pi 

John pi 

Levena pi 

Beattie, Pressey 

Lola (Owen 


En a 



Beckwith, R L 


sum res 

RFD 1 

Sallie (NewHon ho 

Bel more, Chas S mason 

Mary (Greenwood ho 

*Geo J meat market 


Napoleon C ptr 

Frank J tr 

Clara L (m Ruiter 

Benson, Homer E far R F D 

Bennett, Abbie M Mltnboro 

Berry, Mary F (Paine ho 

Mltnboro RFD 

*Nellie L (m Lee 

New Durham 

Elmer M far «& car 

Berry, Elmer M far 

Mltnboro R F D 

Altie E (Berr^'- ho 

Berry, L F butch 

Mltnboro RFD 

Mary E (Smith ho 

Clarence F lab 

ArzillaC tr 

Altie E (m Berry 



*Ralph H mech 

Fitchbnrg, Mass 

FloBsie E tr 

Eruest L lab 

Berry, Clarence F butch 

Mltiiboro R F D 

Elsie B (You no- ho 

Roy E pi 

Albert C pi 

Berry, F W far 

Mltoiiboro R F I) 

Grace L (Dearborn ho 

Leonard W pi 

Louvo M 

Berry, J H butch 

Mltonboro R F I) 

Ethel M (Braoff 


Brickford, Henry S far RED 
Mary E (Smart ho 

Bickloni, M B far No 1 
Marguerite A (Sanborn 
Minot W ptr 

Bickford, M W ptr R F D 
Chas M pi 

Sherley F pi 

Etta M (Dow ho 

Blanche H 
Maurice E 
Myron A 
Clarence E 

Bickford, Geo O far RED 
Marguerite B (Hudson 
Carl H pi 

Linwood V 

Billings, fore Kona farm 
Mary (Everett ho 

Blackey, Jas M car 

Abbie F (Berry ho 

*Albert D ' milk del 
7 Salera, Cambridge, Mass 
Uarry H cl 

*Bessie M (m Morrison 

John L livery stable 

Maud M ho 

Ina B ho 

Rose F pi 

Mark M pi 

Blackey, Harry H cl 

Minnie L (Bickford ho 

EdnaC pi 

Eunice D 

Blackey, Albert B far 

Julia A (Smith ho 

Blake, Hattie D (Dearbon 

bk kpr 

Blake, Edwin E far 

Mary C (Stone ho 

Mamie D stu 

Blanchard, Geo A 

The Homestead 
Selectman, grain dlr & far 
Adele H ( Jaclard hostess 
Victorine J pi 

Paul F pi 

Bodge, Dan'l M 


Mltnboro RED 
Ellen M (Piper ho 



*Harry E lab Sandwich 
*Fre(l A mill op Rochester 
Frank E lab 

Bertha G ho 

Brown, Fred A car & sawyer 

Hattie M (Paine ho 

*Arnold F hotel cl 

141 \V 45th, New York 

Brown, Sarah F (Dow ho L I 

Brown, Ira B marine eng- 

Mae E (Shafer ho 


Brown, Ralph box mfg- 

sum res, L I 
Georgia B (Davis ho 

Helen L pi 

Gertrude F pi 

Robert E pi 

Florence K pi 

Marion J 

Brown, Harry E far L 1 
Isabelle (Hollis ho 

Bragg, Geo H far R F D 
Sarah J (Butterfield ho 
*Eva A (m Glidden 

*Ethel M (ni Berry 


Bragg, A A car Mltnboro 
Mary E (Cook ho 

*Hattie E (m Hodge 

Lizzie A (m Cook 
Aimer R lab & car 

Bryant, Mary S (Smith RED 

Bryant, Mary C (Copp ho 


Bryant, N TV car 

Etta A (Glines ho 

Henry E stu 

Perley R pi 

Frank E pi 

Burke, John lab 

Buxton, Bessie J (Martin ho 


Herbert A ]>1 

Caldwell, Levi M far Nk Rd 
*Laura (m Benson 

)Yindham, Me 

Harry E far 

* William watch mkr 

Waltham, Mass 

Campbell, Bernice E ho 

Mltnboro R F D 

Chapman, Edw L retd L I 

Catherine E (Brown ho 

*Ethel A (ni Samsel 

Lynn, Mass 
*Alida A (m Prentiss 

Lynn, Mass 

Chase, William L ptr 1 

Nellie C (Watson ho 

Clarrage, Hattie A (Parrott 1 

Geo A lab 

Clark, Abbie F (Huntress ho 

Mltnboro RED 



Clemaiit, Freemau P far 

Mltnboro R F D 

Clemant, Ralph W team 

Verba M (Avery ho 

Ch)u»ih, Tra A lab Mltnboro 
Mary A (Delaney ho 

Mary M ])1 

Harry pi 

Helen pi 

Chester N pi 

Mabel pi 

Ray mo 11(1 W 

Cook, Priscilla A ho Nk Rd 

Cook, Edward E boatman 

Cook, Hiram E far Nk Rd 

Cook, Chas C car Mltnboro 
Lizzie A (Bragg- ho 

Merle C pi 

Cook, Delbert far Lake View 
Susie I'] (Colby ho 

Maud C (m Goodwin 

Cotton, Lavina (Oilman ho 
*C B phy & ser Wolfeboro 
*Etta (m Daniels 

Somerville, Mass 

Coverlj', Catherine (Kij) ho 
Maria L ho & fai- 

Coverly, J as R far M Vil 

Lydia F (Fernald ho 

*Roscoe leather dlr 


*Li!lian M (m Knowles 

Bel 111 on I 
*Willis l)lk Tilt on 

Durbon F cl Meredith 
Arthur Jj mer 

Cram, Amanda M (Garland 
*Nellie A (m Calkin 

Morgan Ctr, N Y 
Fred P ear 

Chas F ear 

Abbie F (m Blackey 
*Cora H (m Leavitt 

55 Buffam, Salem, Mass 
* Lor is L (m Elodge 

*EvaM (m Hutehins 


Cram, Guy E far & ptr 1 

Susan E (Whitney ho 


Davis, L A far 

Mltnboro R F D 

Mary A (Roll ho 

Smith L far 

Sarah J (m Foss ho 

*Helen L New York 

master mathematics 

Davis, Smith L far 

Mltnboro R F D 

Lillian S (Spaulding ho 

Blanche S pi 

Davis, Elmer E lab 

Mltnboro RED 

Davis, Ernest E far 

Mltnboro RED 

Ellen M (Mcllester ho 



Davis, Ida S ho R F D 

Davis, Frank W far 1 

*Eva (m Mudgett 

Clara L (Cook ho 

Davis, F L Elm Brook Farm 

Mltnboro R F D 

Lena F (Gove ho 

Harold L pi 

Davis, F A far Lake View 
Kate F (MacDonald bo 
Dorothy pi 

Norman pi 

Donald pi 

Stuart pi 


Davis, Chas W far M Yil 
Cora E (Morrison ho 

Leon A lab 

Dora E pi 

Helen L pi 

Davis, John C far Lake View 
Hannah E (Smith ho 

Chas W far 

*Frank A far LI 

Elmer E lab 

Lynde E far 

John R lab 

Thomas C lab 

*Ernest E far Mltnboro 
Harry L lab 

*Cora E nurse Lake Port 
*Nora E (m Cass 

Lake Port 

Davis, L E far Lake View 
Ada M (Smith ho 

Edward L lab 

Florence B ho 

Alice R pi 

Esther A pi 

Chester A pi 

Karle E pi 

Ruby E 

Day, Nancy D (Morrison ho 
Arthur W far 

*Cha8 E ptr Chelsea, Mass 
Mabel M (m Aldrich ho 

Day, A W far & junk RED 
*H J lab Mltnboro Neck 
Alice M (Whitten ho 

Grace H pi 

Evelyn L pi 

Amy A pi 

Day, Chas A lab Lake View 

Day, J W far Lake View 
Mary A (Brand ho 

*Clara (m Lamphrey 
ho & dr mkr Boston, Mass 
*Sarah L s s op 

Portland, Me 
*Edith V (m Stanley ho 
11 Wakella, Boston, Mass 
*Estella M (m King Alton 
James C lab 

Day, A far Mltnboro RED 
Sherman lab 

Andrew lab 

Dearborn, Ethel N ho 



Dearborn, Wilber C team 

Mary S (Avery ho 

Dorothy W 

Dodo-e, Leon ]\Iltnboro R F D 

fore Ossipee Mt Park Fn.rra 

Lila G (Gove ho 

Marion pi 

Carroll M 

Dodge, Allen far Mltnboro 
Lizzie L (Brow ho 

Dow, Benj W far Lake View 
Sarah E (Wentworth ho 
*G K salesman Peoria, 111 
Benj R far 

*Irving E millman Dover 
*Joseph W s s op Dover 
Hattie A ho 

Dow, Benj R far Nk Rd 
Eva E (Huston ho 

Edith pi 

Ethel pi 

Lizzie K pi 

Evelyn H 

Dow, James B far M Vi] 
Etta M (m Bickford 
Bernice E ho 

Harry E team 

*L E mecli Manchester 
Arlene L pi 

Frances P pi 

Ernest H pi 

Ellis M pi 

Dow, Abigail E (Goodwin ho 


Benj W far Star Route 

Jeremiah K far & cook 

Dow, JK far & cook RED 

Henry E _ lab 

Drew, Jane E (Leavitt ho 

*Mary E cl 

Burlington, N Y 

Drew, Geo A lab 

Mltnboro RED 

Durgin, B B far Mltnboro 

Ella F (Taylor ho 

Durgin, Barkley mill & lumb 


Ella rPavlor ho 

Edwards, John L livery stable 
Sophia (Myers ho 

Catherine J pi 

Lucy pi 

Arthur J pi 

Frederick R 

Emerson, J C retd soldier 

Luella F (Bean ho 

Emery, Julia B 

Mltnboro R F D 

Flanders, Mary ( Mltnboro 

Lizzie (m Batchelder ho 

Somerville, Mass 

Fogg, Abbie (Blackey ho 



Anna M cook & dr mkr 

*HattieR(m Gould ho 

So Hirara, Me 

John W car & far 

*Luella (m Fog;or ho 

New Hampton 

Fogg, John W car 

Josie (Raymond ho 

Folsom, Laura A (Wentworth 

ho LI 

Ida M ho 

*Maud A (m Ames 

Lawrence, Mass 
*Eva D (m Goodhue 

Clifford, Mass 

Fobs, Albert M far 

Mltnboro R F D 

Elizabeth A (Beagin ho 

Fobs, Fred M far 

Mltnboro R F D 

*WalterC lab 

Stoughton, Mass 

N Marion stu 

Sarah J (Davis ho 

Millard R pi 

Clyde B 

Freezse, Alfred S mer Mltnboro 

Josie E F (Meader ho 

French, James E 

far & Justice of Peace 

Frye, John far 

*Herbert C lab 

*Willard M E preacher 

W Thornton 

*Edith M ho Laconia 

*Maud ho Carver, Mass 

Alice (Leech ho 

Mary pi 

Sadie pi 

Ethel pi 

Garland, Jane E (Drew ho 

*Harold G lab 

Mltnboro Nk 

Henry E lab 

Maud E 

Mildred E pi 

Garland, Geo H lab 

Helen G (Russell ho 

Garland. Curtis C far 

Hattie F (Burnham ho 
Garland, N B mason No 1 

Mary A (Ward ho 

Dexter B far 

*Seth D blk Sandwich Ctr 

Curtis C lab 

liVdia L (m Yate 
George, Vera M pi 

Gilmau, Elizabeth J (Plummer 
Mltnboro R F D 

]\Iyra A (m Bacon ho 

Gilman, Irvin S mill & lumb 


Arretta L (Whitton ho 
Gilpatric, John E far RED 



Electa A (Smith ho 

Bern ice E pi 

Glidden, Isaac B far 

Mltnboro RED 

*Anuie M (m Batchelder 

*Etta J (m Batchelder 


Oscar D far 

Glidden, Oscar D far 

Mltnboro RED 

Eva A (Braojz; ho 

Harold E pi 

Glidden, Tristam lab 

*Edward G salesman 

40 Adams, Somerville, Mass 

Annie tr 

Glines, Fred ptr 

Jeanette (Neal ho 

Glines, Fred E ptr 

Mary J (Neal ho 

Glover, Frank E far & team 


*ErankH el Sharon, Mass 

Elizabeth M ho 

Sarah E (Yate ho 

Goodhue, John yacht man 

Nk Rd 
Josephine M (Abbott ho 
Ellacoya pi 

Dorothy A pi 

Mary L pi 

John J 
C Irene 


Goodrich, C E lumb, mill op 

& sum hotel 

Amanda A (Blake ho 

Goodwin, E A far Lake View 

Helen A (Angell ho 

Alice M tr 

*Jaraes E s s op 


Elmer C far Athol, Mass 

*Robert H mach 

Goodwin, E C far Lake View 

Maud E (Cook ho 

Goodwin, M V B sales & ptr 

Goodwin, Wm G far 

Annie M (Calomy 
Goodwin, Ellen M (Bickford 

Mltonboro RED 

*Leon D bk kpr 

30 Grant, Manchester 

*Chas M el 

30 Grant, Manchester 

*Martha M (ra Lee 

10 Chestnut, Wakefield, Mass 

Ralph E far & mer 

Goodwin, Nathan G far 

Mltnboro RED 

Emma (Snow ho 

Goss, Edo-ar S far & car 

Mltnboro RED 

Annie L (Estes ho 

Gould, Frank G far RE I) 

Anna P (Moulton ho 

Helen M pi 



Gould, Henrj R ptr 

Nellie F (Dow ho 

*Alice C (m Sturtevant 


*Everet,t H police 

59 P\)re8t Hill, Boston, Mass 

Greene, J A phy Lai^e View 

Lucretia B (Drew ho 

•Frank A phy & sur 

244 West 109th, New York 

Greene, Fred far Nk Rd 

Greene, Nathan far Nk Rd 

Roxanna (Pluramer ho 

Clarence E stu 

Greene, R I) far 

New Chamberlain House 

Annie E (Ellison hostess 

Greene, C A car & far R F D 
Ad die J (Leach ho 

Greene, F E phy Sura res L I 

Mary ( 

Gardner retd 

Robert retd 

Frank E retd 

Marion ho 

Graves, L Jennie (Mason ho 


Hackett, B lab 

Hanson, Ida I (Worcester ho 


Hanson, A E far Lake View 

Eva M ho 

Nellie M 


Arthur L 


Hanson, Belle 


Hart, J G retd 


•Walters lab Conway 
*Wilber F lab 

*Cora (m Stevens 

Boston, Mass 
Emily S (Spencer-Cuttino^ 

Hayes, J lab Mltnboro RFD 
Ida J (Stevens ho 

•Henry E chauffeur 

Boston, Mass 
Kassie A pl 

Alice M pl 

Haynes, Harr}^ W far L I 
Florence ( 

Henry, Leavitt lab 

Hill, Emma C(Hurd ho 

Lewis H hostler 

•Harris E team Ashland 

Hill, Chas S far 

Grove Hill Farm 1 

Alice (Canney hostess 

Herbert C pl 

Hildreth, E D far 

Hollingsworth, Z T 

sum res, Kanohasset Farm 

•Amos mill mfr 

Boston, Mass 

•Valentine mill overseer 

Boston, Mass 

Holmes, Minnie G (Woodman 
Gladys E pl 



Home, F J far R F D 

Ella A (Brown ho 

Harold G boatman 

Elmer D far 

Edgar B boatman 

Home, Deborah (Wallace 

Mltnboro R F D 

Alviser A (ra Wakefield 

Home, Chas far 1 

Martha J (Durgin ho 

Frank E team 

* Annie M cl 

42 Concord Sq, Boston, Mass 

*Nellie J dr mkr 

9 Spring, Nashua 

*Be8sie C s s op 

9 Spring, Nashua 

*Georgia A ho 

Home, Frank E M Vil 

Grace (Hill ho 

Robert S pi 

Home, William H far 

Mltnboro RED 

*Etta L (ra Martin ho 


Annis (m Grant ho 

*Bertie E (m Welch ho 


Hojt, Moses E car Mltnboro 

Lydia A (Smith ho 

Alma G (ra Quimby ho 

Chas E car 

J En OS car 

Josie M (m Lovering ho 

Ruth J ho 

Uoyt, Jones E ear Mltnboro 

Ruth (Moulton ho 

Hoyt, Chas E car Mltnboro 

Lena R (Webster ho 

Hoyt, H C lumb & far 

Mltnboro RED 

Harriet N (Prime ho 

Gertrude E (m Lord ho 

*Mabel L (m Longley ho 

" M Vil 

Chas N car 

*Jennie F (m Frye ho 


Percy H pi 

Huntress, Ellen E (Lucas ho 

Mltnboro R F D 

AbbieH(ra Clark ho 

Ella J ho 

* Frank far & s s op 


*Hamlin mer Laconia 

Huntress, Ella J ho Mltnboro 


Jacklard, V retd Mltnboro 

Jackson, Shirley lab RED 

.Tackson, W C jeweler 

Geo H ' ptr 

Elizabeth (Benson ho 

Jennis, Kassie (Stevens ho 

Mltnboro R F D 

Jones, Arthur J car 1 



Minnie K (Taffiu ho 

Seneca J 


Kelley, Frank G lab 

Annie L (Leavitt ho 

Kelley, Wra A mail cl 1 
Ida M (Evans ho 

James F pi 

Alfred S 
Kelley, Cynthia C (Goodwin 
*Cha8 F car Lynn, Mass 
*Cora A (m Salter ho 

•Josephine E (ra Jenness 


*Lizzic C (m H olden ho 


*C E mech Lynn, Mass 

Lillie V (m Perkins ho 

Kelley, Abigail E (Dow R F D 

Kelley, Stephanus C far 1 

Delia E (Sanborn ho 

Lewis P ptr 

Edith S (ra Mayo ho 

*Perc3^ Chauffeur 

Pasadena, Cal 

Kent, Elizabeth S (Grossman 

tr&ho RFD 

Knight, James P far 

Mltnboro RFD 

Juliette L (Clough ho 

•Georgia M (m Perkins 

No Sandwich 

•William 1) livery stable 


Abbie M (m Tilton ho 

Knowles, S A far Lake View 
Alice C (Tappin ho 

Knowies, J A far Lake View 
Sarah E (Rogers ho 

Aim on F lab 

Ina B ho 

Lilla A pi 

Knowles, Betsy B (Morrill 

Lake View 
A A far 

Livona A ho 

James A far 

Clara L (m Hutchinson 
*Sadie L (m Varney ho 

Lamprey, L P far 

Mltnboro RFD 

Sarah E (Goodwin ho 

Lamprej^ F E LI 

fore Wandmere Farm 

HattieE(Cook ho 

Langdon, Aaron B far 

Mltnboro R F D 

*Chas cl Reading, Mass 

Lizzie I (Watson ho 

Leach, Sarah J (Tappin ho 


*Fred W eng Alton Bay 



* Arthur A 

*A]ice (m Fry Plymouth 

Frauk B lab 

Leach, A A lab Mltnboro 
Bertha (Lindbur^- ho 

William A pi 

Chester A 

Leach, Ralph H lab 

Elizabeth T (Ketchum ho 
Pauline tr 

*Chas O cl Peabody, Mass 
Edith E ^ pi 

Ralph H pi 

Geo K pi 

Hazel pi 

A L pi 

Helen T pi 

Lee, Lucy E (Moulton ho 

Mltnboro R F D 


10 Chestnut, Wakefield, Mass 

*H M fore Windsor, Vt 

Robert far 

Lee, Martha J (Lee ho 

Mltnboro R F D 

Lizzie ho 

Lee, David G eng Mltnboro 
Clara M (Messer ho 

Carroll G pi 

Henry E 
Louise M 

Lord, C S far Mltnboro R F D 
Gertrude E (Hoyt ho 

Herbert E 

Andrew C 
Chas L 
Lovering, F S phy & sur 

Josephine M (Hoyt ho 
Gladys E pi 

Madeline H pi 

Earle N pi 


Mark, Frank P far Mltnboro 
Arthur runner 

Mallard, William B team 

Ellen A (McCormic ho 

William R pi 

John C sum brdg ho 

Mallard, Geo W far 

Mabel F (m Leighton ho 
W B team & brdg ho 

*Geo M mer New York 
*Susie B (m Evans ho 


Manville, Leon lab 

Mary ( 

Mary (m Bean 

Leon cl 

Emily ho 

Mason, Martha J (Ames ho 


McDonald, Jas H far 

Mltnboro RED 

Eva S (Bailey ho 

McDonald, Wm K far 

Mltnboro R F D 



Belle C (Prime ho 

*Willie T chauffeur 

45 Baller^^march, 

Boston, Mass 

*Harry E shipper 

45 Balleryniarch, 

Boston, Mass 

Addie J (m Penninian 

Geo H lab & car 

Flora Belle ho 

MacDonald, Frank actor 

Mltnboro R F D 

Minnie B(Moulton actress 

McKeene, E retd Mltnboro 

OHveC(Webb ho 

•William E millman 

*Alice W (m Allen ho 

Norway, Me 

*Katie L (m Messerve ho 


Sidney P millman 

McKeene, Sidney P millman 


Mattie A (Smith ho 

Donald S pi 

Louis J pi 

Cora L p] 

Maloon, Elizabeth C (Nash 


Joseph L ins 

Moulton, A U s niach re])airer 


Martha H (Hereey ho 

*Geo A s s op 

Elmwood, Mass 

*Fannie M (m Mosher ho 

Brockton, Mass 

*Aunie K (m Osborn ho 

Brockton, Mass 

*Carrie A (ra Dwyer ho 

Brockton, Mass 

*James A team 

Brockton, Mass 

Moulton, Isaac A lumb&far 


Carrie M (Tilton ho 

F Harvey stu 

Moulton, Hattie ho 

Mltnboro R F D 

Moulton, Horace far 

Mltnboro RED 

Moulton, Edwin far 

Mltnboro RED 

Lizzie A ho 

Nellie F ho 

*Martha B (m Lord 

Moulton, William lab 

Mltnboro RED 
Moulton, Hannah A (York 

Mltnboro R F D 
Daniel G lab 

Calvin C car 

Chas E car 

Moulton, Chas E car 

Mltnboro R F D 
Katie ho 

C A (Durgin ho 

Chas W pi 



Maud C 
Grace E 
Otis H 

Moulton, I) G lab 

Mltnboro R F D 

Moulton, P A Mltnboro R F I) 
El u o r a F ( M u r ry ho 

Minnie B (m MacDonald 


Moultou, Walter C far 

Moulton, E W far RED 

Moulton, H L Mltnboro R F D 
far & round uikr 

Moulton, Geo R far 

Mltnboro R F 1) 
Hattie A (Campbell ho 
Chester A boat manager 
Olive A pi 

Russell E P pi 

Moulton, I F far RED 
Viola G (Estes ho 

Howard F pi 

Moulton, Emma G 

(Kennerson ho 
*Hattie M (m Fletcher ho 


Neil, William H car 

Minnie G (Holmes ho 


Nelson, Jacob car 

Mltnboro R F D 

Lenora L (Wakefield ho 

Newson, Sallie (Moneypenuy 
sum res No 1 
William stu 

Helen stu 

Nichols, Frank far R F D 
Hattie (m Penniman 
Frank B far 

Edward E far 

Sarah J (Willej-Laundry 

Nichols, Frank B far 

Etnma J (Vittum ho 

*Clarence E cl Meredith 

Nichols, E B far 

Luie M (Quimby ho 

Howard J lab 

Nichols, Henry far RED 

Nichols, Harry C cook 

Nichols, William E 
Wife and children 

Nichols, E George lab 

Amy F (Benitez ho 

Estella J ho 

Elmer G pi 

E Donald pi 

Gertrude E 
Herbert E 


Olison, Anna M 

Mltnboro, RED 

2d prop Ossipee Park Farm 

Orne, Chas H far 

Mltnboro RED 



Taine, .lohn I) far R F 1) 
Aiuiie E (Whitehouse 

lio & seamstress 

Paine, Carl C team 

H (Jertrude (Raoloy lio 

Parrott, Naomi T (Danforth 
Sarah A (m Brag*:- 
Daniel E lab 

*C E tr Sandwich 

Patrick, Elizabeth ho R F D 

Pennimaii, Lewis H far 

Hattie M (Nichols ho 

Walter F car 

Hermon C lab 

PenDimaD, Walter F car 

Addie J (McDonald ho 

Pettengill, Mrs E F 

MItnboro R F D 

proj) Ossipee Mt Park Farm 

* Ernest elec New York 

Dangliter (m Wilson ho 

Brooklyn, New York 

Porter, W S car & ptr 

Clara L (Warner ho 

Rosie A (m Chase ho 

*FraTik W car Lakeport 
Chas M car 

Converse J far 

Porter, Chas M car 

MItnboro RED 

Mamie F (Shaw ho 

Lchmd E 
C Carlton 

Piime, Rebecca (Moulton 

MItnboro R F D 
Harriet N (m Hoyt 
Chas far 

lOdvvard E eng Rochester 
Cnrtis A far 

Belle C (in McDonald 
*Ada F (m O'Neal ho 

Dorchester, Mass 

Prime, Chas A' far 

MItnboro R F D 

Ella M-( Patrick ho 

Marion H pi 


(iuimby, Arthur A blk & far 
Alma (i (Hoyt ho 

Maud L pi 

Alice A pi 

Edwin A 


Randall, (Jeo A far cV: car 

MItnboro RED 

Mary M (Thompson ho 

*Ansel G car Holderness 

Isabelle M mill op 

Maurice J pi 

Raymond, W^m L boatman 




Cora M (Brown ho 

lOdwina F pi 

Kichardson, H L R F D 

boatniaTi Si far 

P^iiiiiee E (Smith ho 

Horace E 

Piiehardsoii, HattieC (Coli)y 

lio Eake View 

Harry E boatman 

I'^u^Rne C mail carrier 

Merle I) pi 

llichardison, Albion 1* retd 


Elsie A (York ho 

Herbert A mail car, rout 1 

tt stable 

Fred P fore lied Hill Farm 

Pvichardson, Geo H mer & P M 


Florence M (Eibby ho 

Esther T pi 

Richardson, Fred P Mltnboro 

foreman Red Hill Farm 

AVinnefred S (Tilton ho 

Pearle L pi 

Richardson, Euojene C 

mail driver L I 

Roberson, Wm O far 

Prospect (>ottag'e 

MItonboro RED 

Louisa A (Coburn ho 

Roberts, Ljdia A lio 

Mltnboro R F D 

Rogers, Danl car 

Mltnboro R FD 

Ro<2,GrH, Geo \V far 

Mltnboro R F D 

Ellen B (Denny ho 

Ida E (m Sargent ho 

Edna B pi 

Rowe, Melissa G (Bruce ho 


Ruiter, Walter C ptr 

Clara L (Bel more ho 

Chas W pi 

Russell, Sally J ho 

Rust, Lucy M (Smith ho 

Mltnboro RED 

*Lillian (m Richardson 

*Geo D stone worker 

Alice F (m Varney 

Sanborn, Mary E (Brown ho 
*Ellen M (m Pease 


Alviu E far Lake View 

*Joseph B expressman 

Medford, Mass 

Chas A far 

Dana R far 

Sanborn, Nancy D (Day ho 

Sanborn, Chas E car RED 

CE (Miller ho 

Reuel E 

Sanborn, Mary A (Sherman 

Kanasatka inn No 1 



Sargent, Granville 

Alice M (Paine 
Sargent, Alice A (- 


MUnboro RF D 

EvaM (Welch ho 

St Albans, Vt 

Sargent, Jess I far 

Mltnboro R F D 

Ida E (Rogers 
Pearl L 
Harold C 
Shaw, Danl 



Mltonboro RED 

Annie M ho 

*Edith (m Beardsley ho 


Shaw, Almina (Brown-Smith 
Mltnboro RED 
Mamie F (m Porter 
*Ida I (m Porter LI 

Howard C far 

Sheridan, Thos F lab 

Francis L (Ayer ho 

*TLiomas H law 

1702 Pease, Washington, D C 

Sibley, Lewis A mason R F I) 
Ella M (Sturtevant ho 
Hazel E tr 

Helen M tr 

Smart, Mary E (Goodwin ho 

*Daniel lab Concord 

Smith, Geo W far Lake View 

Annie J (Sanborn ho 

*Jennie M (m Vittum 

Ada M (m Uavis 
Walter S lab 

*Howard R policeman 

Newton, Mass 
*Lida E (m Hall 


Smith, Andrew J iar 

Orchard Farm 

Christain (Bunker ho 

H Frank stu 

Emma B pl 

Smith, Edwin L far Lake View 

*MattieM bk kpr Tilton 

John A blk 

Guy E pl 

Marion J pl 

Smith, Wm M far Lake View 

Smith, William retd police 

Smith, Horace A far 

Mltnboro RFD 

Clara J (Goodwin ho 

Susan A ho 

Eurie E (m Richardson 

Ethel C stu 

Smith, Almina (Brown ho 

Mltnboro RFD 

*Ella J (m Osgood 


Smith, Mary S (Glines RFD 

Edgar W ptr 


*Alma M (m Blake 

*Etta E (ra Morrison 

*Harry W ptr Laconia 
Electa A (m Gilpatric 

Spencer, F far IVIltnboro 
Ant^ie A (Hart ho 

Steveus, Kassie A (Pickering 

Mltnboro R F D 

*Sidiiey L lab Lakeport 

*Chas W car Meredith 

Ida J (m Hayes ho 

Stevenson, Lewis C lab 

Mary B (Danforth ho 

*Carrie E (m Kelley 
Walter C ptr 

Willie H far 

Sturtevant, J H far R F D 
Mary E (Smart ho 

Tappin, Smith far 

Mltnboro R F D 

Tate, J B far 1 

Lydia L (Garland ho 

Stewart pi 

Anna M pi 

Chas pi 

Tate, Sarah E (Elkias R F D 

*H C ins Taunton, Mass 

*Eva M (m Prescott ho 

Brighton, Mass 

Thibadeau, C H sawyer &ma8 
Lucy C (Miclon ho 

Chas R pi 

Velma M pi 

Eva J pi 

Dorris G pi 

Thompson, Mary F (Berry 

Mltnboro R F D 

Tilton, Henry A far Mltnboro 
Sarah J (Mudgett ho 

*Gorham H sales Revere 
*Lizzie J (m Webb 

*Frank F far 

Carrie M (m Moulton 
Grace M ho 

Tilton, Chas lab Mltnboro 
Bessie F (Haley ho 

Orin H 


Varney, F far Mltnboro 
Sadie F (Knowles ho 

Varney, Jas M far 

Mltnboro R F D 
Alice F (Rust ho 

Geo A 


Wallace, Frank L lab 

Mary J (Porter ho 



♦Stephen K o] Tilton 

Walker, Benj F far & soldier 
Fannie A (Fog^- ho 

William lab 

BenjFJr pi 

Walker, William pi 

Mltnboro R F D 

AVakefield, Albert B far 

Mltnboro R F D 
Clarence H lab 

Annie L (Tappin ho 

Lester E pi 

Elvira A 

Wakefield, Henry R far 

Mltnboro R F D 
Alvira A (Home ho 

Albert B far 

*Wi]liam E far 

*Abbie E (m Tappin ho 
*Walter E mech Laconia 
Ralph N far 

Lenora L (m Nelson ho 

Wakefield, Ralph N lar 

Mltnboro R F D 
Mary E (Webster ho 

Frank W 

Watson, Ellen G (Maloon ho 
* Lizzie I (m Langdon 

Mltnboro R F D 

NelHe C (m Chase 
White, Wni P M E preacher 
Lizzie E (Chamberlain ho 
*William P Jr 

142 W 83rd, New York 

*S F T mach 

220 Bailey, Lawrence, Mass 

Alice M pi 

Howard M pi 

Whitehouse, Chas C far 


Cora B (Canny ho 

Chas E enj^ 

*Mand E (m Berry 

Fitchburg, Mass 

Herbert P lab 

Sarah P pi 

Maurice F pi 

Henry E pi 

Hazel N pi 

Webster, Nathaniel C far 

EM (Flood ho 

Wentworth, Alfred G far L T 

Whitten, Jane (Roberts ho 

Mltnboro R F D 

William J far Lakeville 

Whitten, William J far 

Evie G (Saro-ent ho 


Berton L 

Worthen, Fred 


Daniel S 


John F 



Mary J 


Laura H 


Wio-^'in, Alice R (Wood 

side ho 



*Frank P Bomba3% India 

^enl moT New York import 

& export Co 

Worcester, Ida I (Worcester 1 

*Chas O paper bus 

Boston, Mass 



Dumaresq, Herbert 

Kona Farm 
Frederika S (Slade ho 

Kellough, William invalid 
Lottie (Myers ho 

Helen A pi 

Alice I pi 

AdalineA pi 

Mcllester, Ellen M (Gove ho 

*Mabel C (m Blake ho 

Steep Falls, Me 

Ray E mill op 

Ralph A lab 

Beede, J E far Ctr Har RED 

Augusta A (Sullivan ho 

Anna E (m Fogg 


*Geo E mach 


James H 


Cram, Fred P car 


Annie (Mclntire 


Evans, Otis M mas 


Edith M (Garland 


Bertha M 


Clark G 


Tilton, Sarah (Hoyt 


Albert H 


Frank H far & t 


Smith, CH far&furdlr 


Eva D (Tappan 


Chas H Jr 


Census of SandiDicb 

Note — Where no Post Office address is expressed Sand- 
wich is understood. Other Post Offices are abbreviated thus: 
Centre Harbor— Ctr liar; IMoultouboro — Mltnboro; Melvin 
Village— M Vil; Centre Sandwich— Ctr; North Sandwich— No; 
Whittier — Whit. R. F. D. routes are designated by the num- 
ber of the route. 

Abbott, R F far Ctr Har 

Abbie A (Tappan ho 

Effie M (m Hodge 

Nellie E (m Mack 

*ArthurS far Mltnboro 

*Cora A (m Fogg 

New Hampton 

*Minnie E (m Straw M Vil 

Herbert E far 

Grace A (m Martin 


Everett H far 

Abbott, H E far Ctr Har 

Alice M (Oilman 

Ralph H 

Gladys M 
Abbott, E H far 

Lizzie E (Gil man 
Adams, D far 

Fannie (Murphy 

leulis (ra Beede 


Ctr Har 

*R G mer Boston, Mass 
Adams, Aquila retd sum res 
Louisa H (Emery ho 

*Jaraes T phy & sur 

155 Mass Ave. Boston, Mass 
John R auto business 

*Alice (m Mullin 

Weymouth, Mass 

Ambrose, L C far Whiteface 

Hattie E (Tilton ho 

Celia N stu 

Jesse L stu 

Angier, Addie A (French Ctr 

^Joseph E 

needle mkr 

nurse Ctr 


Atkins, Rhoda E 

Adkius, Ariana ho Ctr 

Atwood, Danl D cl ctr 

Annie (Hall ho 

Atwood, Walter G far Ctr 

Ethel (Corthorn ho 

Atwood, Chas H blk Ctr 



Eliza B (StevGDSon ho 
Walter G far 

Atwood, J G blk No 

Edwin J far 

Frank J far & plumb 

*Cora M (m Remmick lio 
Rediijf?, Mass 
Martha J (Grant ho 

Atwood, F J far & plumb No 
Mjra (Lothrop ho 

Atwood, F L Whiteface 

supt Bullard farm 

Florence B (Brown ho 

Dorothy B pi 

Gerald \v 

Atwood, Albert C Ctr RF D 

far & sum brdg ho 

Harry A en^ 

Bertha L (m Carter 

Nellie G (Chandler ho 

Atwood, H A mach & eno^ 

Ctr R F D 

Estella E (Burrows ho 

Alta J pi 

Avery, Walter H lab Ctr 
Nellie (Blauchard ho 

Hazel M pi 

Harry W 


Bagley, Erastus team Ctr 
Alice M (Webster ho 

Beatrice pi 



Bartlett, W C M E cler^ Ctr 

Emma M (Dow^ninf^ ho 

*Winnifred C (m Couch 

Mountain View, Cal 

*EdithM (m Ripley ho 

Roxbury, Mass 

Batchelder, R S far & ptr 


Lydia J (Roberts ho 

Batchelder, A W far No 

Lydia E (Rotters ho 

Batchelder, Jos B far CtrHar 

Fannie E (Smith ho 

Lewis H 

Alda R 
Beach, Edith (Kelley Ctr R FD 

W^atson E pi 

Bean,AbbieF ho Ctr R F D 
Bean, Lorenzo D far No 

Clara A (Vittum ho 

*Celinda B (m Page 

Beede, J H far Ctr Har RED 

I (Adams ho 

Nethela A pi 

Beede, J E far Ctr Har RED 

Augusta A (Sullivan ho 

Anna E (m Fogg No 

*Geo E mach N Y 

James H far 

Bennett, C E far Whiteface 


Bennett, E W far & car 


Mamie E (Davis ho 

Berry, N J mer & P M 

Bickford, Ursula M (Bryer ho 


*Sila8 H far & mill sawyer 


James B far 

*Sarah A (ra Bickford ho 

Tarn worth 

Bickford, Jas B far Whiteface 

Eva E (Bickford ho 

Chester J pi 

Ella M pi 

Bickford, WyattT far No 

Vesta A (Ball ho 

Blauchard, Helen S (Crei^hton 

*Chas E printer 

Brookline, Mass 

*G A mer & far Mltnboro 

*Albert C coachman 

Brockton, Mass 

*Alice M (m Moorshouse 

Boston, Mass 
Nellie (ra Avery Ctr 

Harry real est a^t 

Bessie (m Smith Ctr 

Mildred T cl 

Blanchard, Sarah D (Webster 
Minnie S (m Quimby 
*Ariel E (m Knapp 

Danvers, Mass 

*Walter E meat rarkt 

Amesbury, Mass 

Cora B ho 

Howard W far 

Flora L ho 

Blauchard, Chas mer Ctr 
Nancy M (Mason ho 

*Grace (m Harmon 

E Cleveland, Ohio 

Blauchard, C O far K F D Ctr 
Ella E (Smith ho 

Blackie, Ralph R pi Ctr 

Bodge, H E far 

Mltnboro RED 

Mabel M (Glidden ho 

Perley A pi 

Ethel M 

Boyiugtou, Mary J (Fog^ ho 
*Mary E (m Hall 

Colburn B (Deceased) 

*John E miner 

George L (Deceased) 

*MinnieB (m Tilton 

Fitchburg, Mass 
*Hattie D (m Sanborn 


Boyle, P H Mltnboro RED 

draw bridge tender 

Mrs P H ( 

Daniel eng 

Henry lab 

Brown, Geo E far Whiteface 
Myrtle G (Grant ho 

Carroll G 
Brown, F W far Whiteface 



Alice G (Elliott ho 

Clarence M 

Brown, J P far Whiteface 

Angeline T (Palmer ho 

Frank W lab 

*Nellie E (m Bickford 


Florence B (m At wood 
Brown, Dan'l P lab Whiteface 

Ellen J (Wallace ho 

Brown, Dan'l O car No 

Lizzie B (Fogg ho 

Lena M pi 

Clarence R pi 

Brown, Geo E far Whiteface 

Myrtle G (ra Brown ho 

Carroll G 
Brown, Moses G ptr Ctr 

Christenia A (Robin ho 

*Addie F (m Glines 


Myrtie M (m Moulton 

Mary R (m Cook 

Edgar E pi 

Brown, Chas F far Whiteface 

Chas W far 

Nellie M (Snow ho 

Arthur L 
Browning, Dorothea J S 


*Doris L (m Lindsey 

Clara J pi 

Brownlie, John eng No 

Caroline M (Dickinson ho 
Leonard far 

Caroline ho 

Roland printer 

Albert pi 

Bryant, Edw J lab Ctr 
Eva M (Smith ho & tel op 

Bryant, W C far Ctr R F D 
Frank lab 

Lizzie M (Severence ho 
Severence B pi 

Asa W pi 

John W 
Helen E 

Bryant, Mary Ann (Brown ho 
Clarence E far 

Bryant, Clarence E far Ctr 
Mary H (Martin ho 

Edward J far 

HattieM (m White 

Bryer, F E phy & sur 


Maud A (Quimby ho 

Mary M pi 

Bryer, R J far Whiteface 
Roda E (Bennett ho 

*AbbieS (m White 

Sanborn ton 
Ella M (m Perkins 

So Tarn worth 
Effie M ho 

Bryer, Frank horse & carg del 

Annie A (Leary ho 

*Chas A Vice Pres Gas Co 




Bundj, Sarah E (Skinner Ctr 

Stella A 

Mar<iaret J 
Burleijrh,SH far Ctr R P" D 

Betsy S ( Palson ho 

*Eveline B (ni Tasker 

Burleio-h, Chas F far Ctr 

Olive L (Elutchins ho 

Natt brass work 

17 Baldwin, Laconia 

Ethel A (m Hart 
Burnham, E W far Ctr R F D 

Susan M (Smith ho 

*Lizzie J (m Crockett 


*Mary E (m Crowell 


*Hattie F (m Garland 

Ctr Har 

Georj2:ia D (m Wishnon 

Chas S far 

Burnham, Chas S far 

Hotel Commonwealth 

Grace (Chase ho 

Samuel W 

Silvia B 
Burnham, J C retd Ctr 

Burrows, C H far Ctr R F D 

Amy M (Gilman ho 

Beruice M pi 

Blanch G pi 

Nathaniel H 
Burrows, Jas W far Ctr R F D 

Sophia E (Wallace ho 
John G far 

Ella E m Greene 
Stella E (m Atwood 
Newell J far 

Harry L far 

*Delia M (m Quimby 


Burrows, J G far Ctr RED 
HattieM(Foss ho 

Gladys G pi 


Burrows, H L far Ctr R F D 
Adelaide S (m Hull ho 
Lester D 
Luther J 

Burrows, Newell J far Ctr 
Nellie F (Hodge ho 

Frank N pi 

Canney, Geo L far Ctr RED 
Emma B (Beach ho 

Carter, W W far Ctr Har R F D 

Ledge Hill Farm 

Ellen H (Hodge ho 

Andrew far 

Carter, Andrew far Ctr Har 
Grace (Underwood ho 

Madaline pi 

AVarren W 

Carter, Almon E far Ctr RED 
Addie L (Webster ho 



Webster L pi 

Fred P pi 

Frank AV pi 

Emeline S pi 

Lucy H 
AE Jr 

Carter, Alonzo lab Ctr R F D 
Bertha (At wood ho 

Chandler, Nellie G (Stackpole 
Ctr R F D 
Emeline E (m Vittum 

Mltnboro RED 
Ethel M (m Craif? 

Chase, Jennie L ho No 

Chase, Bertrand lab AVhiteface 

Chase, A F P M & mer 


Bertha M (Stock ho 

Chase, Saml far Ctr RED 
Betsy (Carter ho 

Grace (ra Burnham ho 

Chick, F H far & blkCtr RED 

Luella M (Ethrid<»e ho 

*Frank undertaker 

Maiden, Mass 

Clark, J R far Mltnboro RED 

Clark, Cleaveland far 

Mltnboro R F D 

Clark, Jos P far Ctr U F D 
Ann M (Bartlett ho 

Hermon M far 

Clark, H M far Ctr R F D 
Nellie L (Smith ho 

Edith M (m Denny 

Clark, Chas S No Yarmouth 

far, surveyor & bldg mover 

Nellie L (Brown ho 

Florence A ho & dr mkr 

Sumner B stu 

Clay, H N undertaker Ctr 

Almena (Pettenp^ill ho 

Stella E ho 

Cook, T far Ctr RED 

Cook, Abbie S ho Ctr R F D 

Cook, Lucy E ho Ctr R F D 

Cook, Geo far Ctr 

Mary R (Brown ho 

Lena M pi 

John pi 

Mary E 

Cook, Jessie H far Ctr 

Emily J (Bcede ho 

Curtis E far 

*Chas C car Mltnboro Els 

Corliss, Hiram S far No 

Sarah E (Goodwin ho 

*Chas E tr 

1295 Park PI, Brooklyn, N Y 

Arthur E far 

EttaM (m Gray 

Lucy E (m Bickford 
Lizzie ho 

Loulie A pi 

Cartland, Jos J far Whitefaee 
Harriet E (MacLean ho 
Eunice E pi 



Currier, H H far Tarn worth 
Elizabeth J (Bryer ho 

Leon H far 

Currier, L H far Tarn worth 
Emily V (Hodgdon ho 
Lewis H 

Cushiog, Dan'l civ eng 

sura res, Ctr 


Damon, Laura S (Stiles No 

*Alexander M Evangelist 

1,332 Arch, Phila 

Danforth,K lab Ctr R F D 

Danforth, Mary A (Courtney 

Ctr E F D 

*Albertha (m Vittum 

So Tam worth 

Denney, H A weaver 

Ctr R F D 

Edith M (Clark ho 

Howard C pi 

Helen L 

Dodge, Chas W far 

Tamworth R F D 

*Allen C far Mltnboro 

Leon lab 

Ralph blk Ctr Har 

Myrtle M tr 

Eva M ho 

Lenora (Pitman ho 

Donovan, Chas W far 

Mary S (Norris ho 

Dovey, Geo H lab 

Mltnboro R F D 
Jennie F (Vittum ho 

Alice P pi 

Philip C pi 

Hazel A pi 

Doris A pi 

Lawrence E 

Dow, Etta A (Vittum ho 

Mltnboro RED 
Sadie M (m Tilton 

Duntley, A S far Whiteface 
Maud V (Gilman ho 

Roy A pi 

Earle H pi 

Bessie H 

Eastman, CE far Ctr R F D 
Nettie F (Watson ho 

Eaton, Ellen (Abbott ho No 
Geo L far 

Eliott, Madaline pi ho 

Elliott, Cora M (Elliott 

Doris M pi 

Elliott, Ida E (Rowe ho 

Elmer far 

Lewis C far 

Cora M ho 

Geo F far 



Grace C ho 

Alice G (m Brown ho 

Silva R pi 

Elliott, L C far Whiteface 
Sarah A (Pierce ho 

Marion L 

Elliott, E far Whiteface 
Maud L (Mitchell ho 

Madaline D pi 

Susie M pi 


Estes, William H far 

Mary E (Atkins ho 

*F G tinman Ashland 
Henry A far 

Ethredge, Sim lab Ctr R F D 

Farnsworth, A 

car & retd soldr 

Mt View House, No 

Lucinda S (Tracy ho 

*Frank E artist 

Somerville, Mass 

*Vio]a V (ra Temple 

Hopkinton, Mass 
*Edw S milk route mgr 
Boston, Mass 
*William A musician 

So Fraraingham, Mass 
*E L stu & M E preacher 
Ethel M (m Baird 

Felch, Leavitt C 



aboro R F D 

*Lewis P 

l)hy & sur 


oston, Mass 

Fellows, C R far 

Hillard Far 


Orra A (Locke 


* Arthur P 

far & macb 


Fillmore, Millard 

cont & bldr 

Ctr R F D 

Margaret ( 



cont & bldr 











Fisher, Elliott L 

brdg house 


Fogg, EliasH far Ctr R F D 
Anna E (Beede ho 

*Hattie A (m Bearce 

Lowell, Mass 
*AdaI (m Gatts 

Somerville, Mass 
*Melvin A real est 

W^in Chester, Mass 
*Nellie S (m Bagley 

Montpelia, Vt 
Elias E far 

Fogg, Julia A (Mason ho No 
Lizzie F (m Powers 



Fog:?:, Stephen far Whiteface 
*Gu8tavu8 cook 

Oakland, Cal 
*FrancisS lumb 

Friday Har, Wash 
*Maria E (m Glover 
Fenway Sta, Boston, Mass 
Clara H (Townsend-Jose 
Fogg, Mary E (Moulton Ctr 
Etta F (m Roj^ers 

Lizzie B (m Brown 
•Henry basket mkr 

New Hampton 
Emma (m Mudgett 
Ora A (m Mudgett 
*We8tley H mason 

New Hampton 
Eugene W lab 

John W far 

*Daisy E (ra Mandville 

Ctr Har 

Furbush, C S mach retd Ctr 

Nancy J (Ethridge ho 

Isabelle C tr 

Forssius, C A Wayside Farm 

Sum Brdg House & fish del 

Sarah J (Downs ho 

Foss, Chas H far 

•Bernard W mach 

94 E Chestnut, 

Waltham, Mass 

Foss, F N far Whiteface 

Julia (Flemming ho 

Foss, Chas L far Whiteface 

Mellie (Batchelder ho 

Beatrice pi 

French, F E far 

Mltnboro RED 

Sallie F (Beede ho 

*Herbert F R R ser 

Lynn, Mass 

*Lizzie B (m Gilchrist 

Wakefield, Mass 
Edith L tr 

•Josephine G (m Tuck 

Wakefield, Mass 
Raymond L pi 

Frye, Lewis W far 

Jennie F (Hoyt ho 

Harold W 
Louise F 

Gale, Amos far Ctr RED 

Albert far 

Garland, Seth D blk Ctr 
Estella H (Hanson ho 

Geo N lab 

Grace E ho 

Rufus E pi 

Lewis D . pi 

Marj^ A pi 

Julia G pi 

Garland, Emma A (Grant ho 

•Esfa E pi Porter, Me 

Lawrence E pi 



Garland, Mary E (Hammond 

ho Ctr 

Chas W stage driver 

Gault, Geo F far Ctr 

Eva M (Bagley ho 

Doris L 

George, John A patent mkr 

sum res No 

Annie P (Roach ho 

Clara E ho 

*Harry T draughtsman 

Lynn, Mass 

George, Chas P far Ctr 

■ Eliza M (Gilmau ho 

*Alice M (m Hunt 

No Sutton, Mass 

*Fred W car Holderness 

George, D W far Ctr R F D 

Lydia M (Goodwin ho 

Gilnian, Eleanor (Prescott 


*Mary P (m Bryer ho 


Fred C team 

Gilman, Fred C team Ctr 

Mary J (Boyington ho 

Gilmau, Chas stage line Ctr 

Chas L stage driver 

*Anna A (ra Trasher 

Marblehead, Mass 

Gilman, C L stage driver Ctr 

Mildred A pi 

Gilman, John F far No 

Harriet J (Richardson 

John F Jr stone mas 

Herbert E 

foreman Canning Co 

James E far 

Maud V (m Duntley ho 
Gilman, J F Jr far Whiteface 

*Wilbur J mill op 


Clifford J lab 

Harold E pi 

Mattie M pi 

Viola pi 

Gilman, Owen L far No 

Rinnie A (Cox ho 

Gilman, N F far Ctr R F D 

Hattie H (Gannett ho 
(tilman, ASA far Ctr 

Emma F (Tilton ho 

Gilman, John C far Ctr R F D 

Maria E (Beede ho 

Geo A far 

Amy M (m Burrows 

•Elsie M (ra Blake 


Warren S lab 

Glover, Eldora F (Thompson 
ho CtrRFD 

David M far 

Goodwin, Lucinda B 

(Goodwin ho Ctr 

*Nellie J (m Nichol 
53 Freemont, Winthrop, Mass 
Gordon, Belle L (Crawford 

Mltnboro R F D 



Gordon, Geo W retd soldier 
Mltnboro R F D 
Anna D (Sanborn ho 

*Lizzie J (m Moulton 

Lynn, Mass 
*Geo W Jr prov dlr 

Los Angeles, Cal 
Lula B (m Palmer 
Grant, Geo A far & car 

Clara A (Hedble ho 

Beryl V (m Tap pan 
Myrtle G (m Brown 
Aliston H lab 

Grant, A W far Whiteface 
E A (Bennett ho 

Nettie A stu 

Grant, F H far No R F D 
HallieB (Abbott ho 

*Edna M (m Garland 


*Cha8 A ranchman 


*A F Loan Association 

Portland, Oreo;ou 

*Ernest A lab Tamworth 

*LeIand H mill op 


Harvey W lab 

Grant, D B iar 

Mltnboro RED 

*Henry A miliman 

Mltnboro Els 

*Anginette (m Lamprey 

Ctr Har 

Emma M (m Garland 

Gray, Geo L far & car No 
Jeannette (Tarbox ho 
Irving far 

Gray, Irving far No 

Mary E (Corliss ho 

Geo L pi 

Richard pi 

Grace M 

Greene, R E Ctr JIar, RED 
far Upper Squam Farm 
Ella L (Burrows ho 

AVilber J lab 

Lizzie E stu 

Lillian E pi 

Groves, Isaac H F far 

Mltnboro RED 

Lizzie B (Hodgdon ho 

Groves, C E far 

Mltnboro RED 

Nellie E (Whiting ho 

Groves, Dan'l V far 

Mltnboro RED 

Groves, A M far 

Mltnboro RED 

Louise S (Sanborn ho 

Ross M far 

Mabel C ho 

Groves, R M far 

Mltnboro R F D 
Annie M (Bemis ho 

Albert L 




Hackett, Susan A (Smith ho 

Ctr Har 

Burleigh B Mltuboro 

Haley, H O lab Mltuboro 

Flora B (Tilton ho 

Edith M ho 

Hall, Moses A far Ctr 

Hall, Vesta A (Lord ho No 

*Jesse M mas 

Everett, Mass 

*Marj A (m Hawkins 

Haverhill, Mass 

Geo F policeman 

Ham, Laura E ho Ctr 

Hammond, Hiram H lab 

Francis L ])1 

Hanson, R W far Whiteface 

Essie I (m Spauldinp; 
Hanson, Bertha M Whiteface 
Hanson, A T lar Ctr R F D 
Hanson, Jas A far 

The Young Mt House, 
Annie M (Perkins ho 

Frank W far 

Hauson, G far & livery Ctr 
Amelia R (Flanders ho 
Hannah S (m Garland 
*Marj E (m Leighton 

Ctr Har 

*Geo E liv & auctioneer 


Frank L ptr & pap hgr 
*W H team Rupert, Vt 
*C T cl Providence, R I 
*Addie F (m Stevens 

Haverhill, Mass 
*NellieG (niKellie 

Lawrence, Mass 

Hanson, Frank L ptr Ctr 
Ida M (Priest ho 

C Gaston lab 

Frank H pi 

Geo N pi 

Marie L pi 

Leonard M pi 

Paul A 

Hart, Ehner B cl & ins Ctr 
Ethel A (Burleigh ho 

Burleigh S 

Hatch, Harriet L (Smith ho 
*Grace H (m Smith 

New Hampton 

Hatch, Augusta A (Banfill ho 
*E R mach Orange, Mass 
*Iva B (m Day Berlin 

Addie M (m Penniman 
*Alby PI far Athol, Mass 
Nellie J (m Prescott No 
*E W mach Athol, Mass 
Effie M (m AVallace 

Hawes, Dora (Preston ho 

sum res. No 

Caspar S lab 

Evauder F pi 



Heard, Emily M (Marston ho 

Edwin M mer 

A M mer & Bank Pres 

William mer 

Heard, AVilliam mer Ctr 

William A pi 

Lillian P (Thompson ho 

Heard, Edwin M mer Ctr 

Nettie L (Barker ho 

Howard B far & liv 

Heard, H B liv & far 

Ctr RED 

Georgie (Tasker ho 

Gordan G 

Heath, Chas E far 

Hill, William A mas Ctr 

Hill, Irene C (French ho No 

*A W elec con Avon, Mass 

Walter F far 

*Louisa A (m Kemp 

Natic, Mass 

Hill, Walter F far No 

Florence E (Peck ho 

Irene E pi 

Hill, Samuel A far No 

Hilton, J Elizabeth ho Ctr 

Hilton, G lab No 

Hinds, M.yra A (Mudgett No 

Lovehind E far 

*Alida M (m Williams 


*Clara W (m Mack ho 

West Center Harbor 

*Byron C A car & far 


Hoag, Thos W far Whiteface 
Martha E (Cartland ho 
Alice N tr 

Ella C(ra Weed 
*Eunice M (m Spaulding 


Hoag, Lewis retd Ctr 

Julia A (Estes ho 

*John B prin school 

Woburn, Mass 
Arthur T far 

Albert B phy & sur 

Hoag, J B prin school 

sum res, Ctr 
Elizabeth (Leslie ho 

Elnora pi 

John P pi 

Ruth pi 

Hong, A B phy & sur Ctr 
Abbie F (Peaslee ho 

Albert B Jr pi 


Hobbs, J P blk Whiteface 

Uobbs, Lydia E (Tibbitts ho 

Ctr R F D 

Walter C lab 

Hodge, John N far Ctr R F D 
Norman R far 

Nellow F (m Burrows 
Nellie F (Burrows ho 

Hodge, N F car & far 

Ctr R F D 

Effle M (Nutter ho 

Ruth M pi 



Reuben N pi 

Hodge, ChasW far Ctr Har 

Elizabeth J (Garland ho 

Ellen H (m Carter 

Chas T far 

Hodoe, Cba8 T far 

Harriet (Bragg ho 

Walter car 

Hodge, Leon B lab Ctr 

Rose (Dudley ho 

Leona pi 

Marie pi 

Hodge, Walter E ear 

Lois L (Cram ho 

Home, Thos A. far No 

Emma J (Henderson ho 
Home, John F far Ctr RED 

Marcia E (Wellman ho 

Hattie E (m Skinner 
Houghton, B R mer 

sum res, Ctr 

Mary (Hyde ho 

Howarth, Jas far No 

Anna R (Abbey ho 

Hoyt, Caroline E (Quiraby ho 

Ctr R F D 

George S far 

Chas B Grange organizer 

Hoyt, C B Grange organizer 

Ctr RED 

Florence W (Webster ho 
Hoyt, Geo S far 

Lydia C (Wentworth ho 

Mary W stu 

Hull, L B watch mkr Ctr 

*Cha8 E wheelright 


Adelaide S (m Burroughs 

* Luther N cl 

103 Broad, Boston, Mass 


rving, Geo I 

J far 


Lydia E 



Nettie E 


Agnes H 


Mary J 


velley, Sarah J (Vittum 


Mltnboro R F D 

vent, Esther 

L (Griffin 

Mltnboro RED 

Landon, Oscar lab 

Edith M (Roy ho 

Margaret pl 

Lee, Ansel E P M & mer No 
Lee, Delinda A (Wilson No 
*C E car Rock Island, P Q 
*S A (m Porter 

New Sharon, Me 
Clara E (m Quimby 
*Jennie M ho 

Barton Landing, N Y 



*Frank H eng 

Georgeville, Quebec 

Lee, Oliver far Ctr R F D 

Lewis, Elmira ( ho Ctr 

•Herman mill op 

Haverhill, Mass 

Lillie Eliza L (Prescott ho No 


Mack, Nellie E (Abbott 

Ctr Har 

Geo F lab 

Ralph L fireman 

Ernest M pi 

Marston, Ruth ho Ctr RED 

Marston, Geo E stu Ctr R F D 

Marston, John A Ctr 

far & basket mill op 

James L 

far & basket mill op 

Marston, Jas L basket mfr Ctr 

Grace (Staton ho 

Annie S stu 

Ellen L 

John S 

Marstou, W B Marston Farm 

Ctr R F D 

Addie J (Gilman ho 

Martin, Sarah B ho Ctr R F D 

Martin, Jones F far Ctr RED 

Alice M (Tappan ho 

Mason, Fred far 

Mltnboro RED 

Etta A (Whiting ho 

Clinton C car 

Mason, Emily J (Mudgett Ctr 

McCauley, James O violin mkr 

Ctr R F D 

*John A hatter 

19 Park Ave,Somerville, Mass 
Charlotte A (m Wallace 
*Niles E 8 s op 

8 Portland, Rochester 

McCloskey, Wm far 

Mltnboro RED 

McCrillis, Alonzo Whiteface 
far & surveyor 
Lulie M (Clark ho 

Anna stu 

Margaret stu 

Neal stu 

Mary pi 

McDaniel. Uriah R far 


Nellie S (Nichols ho 

McGoon, LL far Ctr R F D 
Mary A (Danforth ho 

McGregor, Chas W far Ctr 1 

McKenney, F L ptr No 
Laura S (Damon ho 

Merri field, Everett far 

Emma M (Nichols ho 

Clifford pi 

Bertha pi 

Harold pi 

Norman pi 

Merrill, Jennie P ho Ctr 



Morse, Geo W far "VVhiteface 
Hannah J (Jewell ho 

Lizzie M ho 

Moulton, Herbert E Ctr R F D 

Moulton Farm 

Julia A (Tilton hostess 

Louisa stu 

Moulton, Danl car & far 

Anna E (Skinner ho 

*Elizabeth (m Scott 

*Ruth (ra Hoyt Mltnboro 
*Isaac A far Mltnboro 

Moulton, A P cl Ctr 

Maud B (Smith ho 


Moulton, E C far Ctr 

Arthur P cl 

*Edith M (m Dorr 

Myrtle M (Brown 
Joseph B pi 

Mud^ett, E W far Ctr R F D 
Susan M (Tibbetts ho 
*Anna M (m Downs 

50 Cottao:e, Laconia 
*Rosie B (ra Wells Hilton 
Eugene M far 

Mudo-ett, Eugene E far Ctr 
Eva M (Davis ho 

Sybil S pi 

Irving E 

Mudgett, Elisha W far Ctr 
Luella B (Adkins ho 

Jessie A lab 

Frank L lab 

Mudgett, Fred W far Ctr 

Ora A (Fogg ho 

Etta M pi 

Carrie E pi 

Freddie C pi 
Flora E 

Mudgett, Chas H lab Ctr 

Emma M (Fogg ho 

*Harry O bk kpr 

77 Arlington, So Fraraiugton 

Richard E pi 

Mudgett, Jas E far Ctr 

M Olive (Cotton ho 


Newell, Elijah F B elerg Ctr 

Rosanna A (Wilson ho 

Winnifred N ho & nurse 

*Paul E cloth examiner 

109 Foster, Lawrence, Mass 

*Mabel D (m Cook 

8G Osgood, Lawrence, Mass 

Marguerite E tr 

B Foye reader 

Nichols, Maud E pi Whiteface 

Nixon, J H far Ctr Har RED 

Edith M (Dorr ho 

Nutter, Effie M (Abbott ho 

Ctr RED 

* Bessie A (m Fogg 

Springfield, Vt 





Palmer, Julia A ho 

Mltnboro R F D 

Palmer, Etta A (Dow ho 

Mltnboro R F D 

Beatrice M pi 

Archie A pi 

Palmer, W F far & mer 

Mltnboro R F D 
Lulu B (Gordon ho 

Gordon F 

Peaslee, Dan'l far Whiteface 
Harriet W (Fogg ho 

Elsie A (m Weed 
•Ella M (m Knowlton 

David J car 

Abbie F (m Hoag 

Peaslee, D J car Whiteface 
Dora E (Trask ho 

Ruth M pi 

Roland pi 

Roscoe D pi 

Chas E pi 


Peaslee, Samuel far No 
Mary E (Vittum ho 

Peaslee, J M far No 

Helen (Morrison ho 

Agnes L tr 

Penniman, W H far Ctr 

Sarah L (Glines ho 

*Robert C motorman 

187 Princeton, 

E Boston, Mass 

*Chas G elec 

67 Lakeview Ave, Lynn, Mass 
Penniman, W S far Whiteface 

Addie M (Hatch ho 

*Ethel A(mSil8by 

Lunenburg, Vt 

Winfield G far 

*M L car Orange, Mass 

* Jennie L (m Reed! 

Athol, Mass 

Alice L pi 

Warren R pi 

Perkins, Alfred T far No 
Perkins, M E car No 

Georgia A (Knight ho 

Herbert L lab 

Perkins, G E far & shoe mkr 


Addie J (West ho 

Harry E lab 

Pettengiil, S B chef Ctr 

Helen E (Delaney ho 

Leander D pi 

Pickthall, R E far No R F D 

Mary N (Weed ho 

Pierce, Martha J ho Ctr 

Pierce, J as A tar & car 


Nettie G (Vittum ho 

Frances E 



Plummpr, F P far & millman 


Harriet M (Moulton ho 

Wilfred Z far 

Plummer, Wilfred Z far Ctr 

James S H far 

Hattie M bo 

Clarence R pi 

Aunie M (Leary bo 

Pophani, B lab Wbiteface 

Powers, Herbert H retd No 

Lizzie F ( Fog"' bo 

*Edith F (m Knowles 

Beverly, Mass 

Prescott, G H far & mill man 

Prescott, Mabel F bo No 

Prescott, Jobu D lab No 

Prescott, Oliver A car No 

Nellie J (Hatch bo 

Fred E far 

Prescott, Asa S lab Ctr R F D 

Mary M (Wallace bo 

Price, Fisbel lab Ctr Har 

Qaimb^', Lizzie L (Cook No 

asst P M & c) 

W^ilber E far Ctr 

Quiniby, Henry M car No 

Clara E (Lee ho 

*Maiid L (m Morse 

Graniteville, P Q 

♦Evelyn D (m Fitts 

G8 Ricbdale Ave, 
No Cambridge, Mass 
Nettie L (m Robinson 

68 Ricbdale Ave, 

No Cambridge, Mass 

Quimby, Stanley F far No 

Etta S (Nickersou bo 

Mabel I tr 

Maud Q (m Bryer 

Robert S med stu 

Quimby, W^ufield S far No 

Edith M (Durgin 

bo & millinery 

Quimby, Susan B (Donovan 

Ctr R F D 

Edward E far 

* Walter H broker 

Worcester, Mass 

Quimby, EE far Ctr RED 

Grace M (Harris bo 

Edith S stu 

Quimby, Betsy W (Severence 

ho Ctr 

John S far 

*Fred G artist 

28 E Ave, W Souierville, Mass 

Quiniby, John S far Ctr 

Minnie (Blaucbard bo 


Roberts, Achsa S (Dixon Ctr 

*Chas F phy & sur 

Dover Plains, N Y 



Carrie B (m Ramey 


J Harry horse bus Dover 

*W Pitt boot & shoe dlr 


James S phy & sur 

*Luther A ship el Wilton 

Robiuson, Alviu D far 

Laura E (Gault ho 

Clarence E pi 

Ethel L 

Robinson, Geo A tar Mltnboro 

Addie (Farrington ho 

William O far & bdg ho 

*Herbert E trav sales 

E Milton, Mass 

*Geo N trav sales 

E Milton, Mass 

Etta M (m Mcintosh 

Franklin, Mass 

Chas far 

Robinson. Chas tar Mltnboro 

Florence E (Mason ho 

Ernest W 

Ropjers, Horatio far 

Tam worth R F D 

Etta A (Fogg ho 

Rowe, Melvina P (Atwood 


Russell, Robt Ctr 

harness mkr & P M 

Sarah A (Slye ho 

*Arthur F mach 

Seattle, Wash 

S Evelyn tr 

William W ptr 

Robert T P c 

Sawyer, J H Ctr Har 


Sawyer, Geo S tar Ctr R F D 
Emma G (Claik ho 

Leroy J pi 


Scriggins, John A far No 
Mary A (Avery ho 

*David B s s op Derry 

Scriggins, Wm H lab Ctr 
*Frank mill op Ashland 
Geo lab 

Scriggins, Chas B lab Ctr 
Julia A (Mason ho 

Arthur C mach 

Scriggins, Arthur C mach Ctr 
Flora B (Blackie 

Marion F pi 

Severence, Helen M (Mills Ctr 
Elizabeth M (m Bryant 
Laura M ho & dr mkr 

Eva G shop work 

Alice F ho 

Severence, A far Ctr RED 
*Ruth A (m Fowler 

48 Howard, Laconia 



♦Walter E R R fireman 
Sherman, Danl H retd Ctr 
Delia E (Robbing ho 

Julia M ho 

*Anna L (ra Curtis 

E Braintree, Mass 

Sherman, Sarah L ho Ctr 

Sherman, Susan A ho Ctr 

Skinner, C E butch Ctr 

Flora A waitress 

Frank W lab 

Addie A (An^ier ho 

Skinner, W L retd barber Ctr 

Elizabeth M (Streeter ho 

Ray H cl 

Skinner, L C Ctr R F D 

far & sum brdp; ho 

Hattie E (Home ho 

Christine E ho 

Skinner, Chas E far 

Ctr Har R F D 

Jennie ( ho 

Grace E (m Burrows 
Sarah D (m Bundy 
Arthur H far 

Slade, D R far Ctr Har RED 
Smith, Ant^elia A ho Ctr 
Smith, Frank M mer Ctr 
Smith, Fred P retd soldier Ctr 
Smith, Lillian (Smith Ctr Har 
Percy L pi 

Smith, Annie A (Smith 

Ctr RED 

*Arthur L lab 

So Framingham, Mass 

Smith, Margaret A (Hale Ctr 
Harry H far 

Eva M (m Bryant Ctr 

Smith, Harry H far Ctr R F D 
Bessie (Blanchard ho 

Clarie E pi 

Smith, Lewis Q far Ctr RED 

Mary E (Paine ho 

*John B Boston, Mass 

*Hiram G harness mkr 

Wells River, Vt 

Annie H (m Smith 

*Lewis E meat market 

Boston, Mass 

*Leslie E hotel 

Boston, Mass 

Demeritt E far 

Leonard A far 

Smith, DE far Ctr R F D 
Eva G (Burrows ho 

Smith, Levi H far Ctr RF D 
Samantha (Miller ho 

Anna M (m McGregor 
Nellie L(m Clark 
Willis H far 

Smith, Willis H far Ctr R F D 
Clara M (Mudgett ho 

General H stu 

G H pi 

Smith, M Alice (Nute 

ho Valley View far 
Ctr Har RED 



*Fannie E (m Batchelder 

*Leon A far 

*Robert L art decorator 
Schenectady, N Y 
*Alice M milliner 

Winthrop, Mass 
Lillian H (m Smith 
Smith, B far Ctr Har R F D 
Rosina (George ho 

O G far 

*Samuel L far 

Fred E far 

•Annette (m Atvvood 
•Eliza J (mTerrill 

Alice M nurse 

Addie E (m Whitworth 

Methuen, Mass 
Smith, Orlando G far Ctr 

Dorothea J S ( ho 

Smith, Benj J blk & whlrt Ctr 

Eva A (m Thompson 
Smith, Chas O Ctr 

hrdware bus & lumb 
Mary E (Pierce ho 

Mary E 
Earie H 
Smith, J A 


capt & boatman 


H Annie (Smith ho 

Eva E pl 

Smith, Sam'l B far No 

Nellie E (Taylor ho 

Nina L stu 

G Roland pl 

Smith, Geo H far Ctr Har 
Snow, Fannie E ho 

Mltuboro R F D 
Snow, Lucy M (Clark ho 

So Tamworth 
Nellie M (m Brown 
Fannie E 
*Emma (m Goodwin 

Spauldiug, Essie I (Hanson 


Stevenson, Hannah H ( 


Susie M ho 

Howard A far 

*Elmer J sta agt 

Perth Amboy, N J 

Stuttmatter, William far No 

Ida E (Eaton ho 


Sullivan, John mas Ctr 

Tappan, Frank H far 

Hattie M (Knowles ho 

Lena M ho 

Tappan, John lab 

Tappan, A E far 

Mltnboro RED 

Abbie F (Groves ho 



Elizabeth (m Webster 
Fred far 

*Amy T (rn Palmer 

So Tarn worth 
Anuie L (m Wakefield 
Minnie K (m Jones 
Eva D (in Smith 
Tappan, Fred far 

Mltnboro RED 
AbbieE (Wakefield ho 
Abram E pi 

Henry R pi 

Tappan, J far Ctr R F D 
Annie M (m W^hite 
*Edmond M far Bow 
Julia F (Nute ho 

*Emma F (m Hawkins 

Clarabelle (m Tilton 
*01iver C lab Concord 
*Belinda H (m Drake 

Aug:usta M tr 

*Mabel A (m Benton 


Mar}^ A (m Martin 

*Myra R (m Weld Concord 

Tappan, W S lumb W^hiteface 

Beryl V (Grant ho 

Tappan, Fannie N Whiteface 

Tappan, W H lab Whiteface 

Taylor, Albert lab Ctr RED 

Taylor, Eldora F (Glover ho 

Ctr RED 

William H far 

Taylor, Wm S far 

So Tarn worth 

Taylor, Elizabeth B ho 

So Taraworth 

Taylor, Wilmot J car 

So Tamworth 

Tewksbury, Sarah L (Hurley 


Wesley W far 

*Anna M (m W^i^gin 

saleslady Beverly, Mass 

Alice E cl 

Tewksbury, W^esley W far 

Frederick pi 

Emma ( ho 

Thompson, Geo W far 

Ctr R F D 

Lydia J (Smith ho 

Elmer S far & mail cl 

Henry W lab 

Chas A lab 

*Arthur G stage drive 


Thompson, ES mail car Ctr 1 

Eva A (Smith ho 

Guy B far 

Carl E pi 


Tibbetts, Wm far Ctr 

Catherine (King ho 

Mildred M dr mkr 

*Catherine M (m McDonald 

milliner Manchester 



Henry G ^ far 

; Willard R pi 

Tibbetts, FJenry T far Ctr 
Blanche I (Scriggins ho 

j Paul W 

Tilton, Frank E far & butch 
Clara B (Tappau ho 

Apphia pi 

Helen S pi 

Hernion F pi 

Tilton, Alvin far Mltnboro 
Mary A (Clement ho 

Flora B (m Haley 
Chas O boatman & far 
Winnifred (m Richardson 
Maud S tr 

Tilton, Chas E car 

Francis E (Ward ho 

*Julia W mer Wlfboro 
*Chas P (Deceased) 
*Arthur R cl Wolfboro 
John F tel inspector 

Tilton, John F tel inspector 
Sadie M (Dow ho 

Harold E 

Tilton, Frank P mail carrier 

Tilton, Frank P far Whiteface 

Torsey, William H ptr 

Margaret (Allen ho 

Henry W pi 

Margaret M 

Trask, Chas W far No 

Arvilla (Hackett 


Dora (m Peasley 


Frank W car & far 




rner, C far Ctr 


Bertha A (Canuey 


C Isabelle 




Esther F 


Cornelius Jr 



man, Julius A 


Florence L (Willis 


Norbert A 


Vittura, T far 

Mltnboro R F D 

Annie A. (Palmer nurse 

Jennie P (m Dovey 

*Otis far So Tamworth 

Vittum, Hiram A far 

Mltnboro RFD 

Vittum, AVm mill op 

Mltnboro RFD 

Vittura, J F far 

Mltnboro RFD 

Mary (Vittum ho 

Ina G ho 

*Herbert A far Tamworth 

Ernest far 



Myrtie M ho 

Vittum, Cbas W far No 
Nannie M (Simpson ho 
James S phj^ & sur 

Lottie M phy 

*Geo W trav sales 

Kansas City, Mo 
Ben L stu 

Vittum, Allen L far 

Mltnboro R F D 

Martha E (Corliss ho 

Vittum, Orin E far No 
Irene C (Hill ho 

Vittum, A M far 

Mltnboro RED 

Emeline E (Chandler ho 

Ada B pi 

Arthur M pi 

Vittum, Edmund far 

Mltnboro RED 

Abbie J (Wilson ho 

Marshall W far 

Vittum, M W far 

Mltnboro RED 
Emma M (Campbell ho 
Jeanette P 


Wade, Ida (Martin ho 

Mltnboro, RED 

Wade, Erank M eng Ctr 

Mary L ( ho 

Maurice E pi 

Alston M 
Wakefield, Wm H blk 

Mltnboro RED 
Bessie E (Canning ho 

Geo H pi 

Elorence M pi 

Charlotte E 
Willis C 
Wallace, W H H far 

Mltnboro RED 
Augusta A (Smith ho 

*Dora S (m Whiting 


Arthur A lab 

*Harry A barber 

Lynn, Mass 

•William barber 

Lynn, Mass 

Roy L lab 

*Guy barber Plymouth 

Wallace, Henry J far No 

Erances (Glidden ho 

*AbbieS(m Eollett 

*Ed\vin E police 

Roxbury, Mass 
*Lucy M (m Brown 

Chester, Conn 
*Agnes M (m Taylor 

Ljnn, Mass 

Way mouth W lab 

Wallace, Eugene P far Ctr 

Mary E (Estes ho 

Grace E tr 



Harry E lab 

Wallace, Harry lab Whiteface 
EffieM (Hatch ho 

Carle E pi 

Wallace M C stone mason 

Ctr R F D 
Harriet L (Hatch ho 

Florence M pi 

Bradley pi 

Mary E pi 

Theodore R 
Scott E 

Wallace, D N far Whiteface 

Wallace, Ann P (Pennimau 

Ctr R F D 
Edward F far 

Wallace, Edw F far Ctr R F D 
Charlotte A (McCanley 
Clara E ho & tr 

Ward, Chas W far Ctr R F D 
Emily W (Wall re ho 

James G lab 

David AV lab 

Annie R pi 

Watson, Oliver far Ctr 

♦Frank B P M 

3 Rivers, Mich 

*Joseph E P M & jeweler 

Bronson, Mich 

Julia L (Ward ho 

Watson, D S far Whiteface 
Fannie M (Pitman ho 

Alice J ho 

Eva M ho 

Elmer D pi 

Lena M pi 

Olive F pi 

Watson, John C far 

Mltnboro R F D 

Annie (French ho 

W^atson, Amanda A (Wellman 
Ctr RED 
Nellie F (ra Eastman 

Watson, F B far Ctr R F D 
Welthia M (Hillard ho 

Webster, Frank H far 

Mltnboro RED 

Lizzie (Tappan ho 

*Mary E (m Wakefield 

Frances G pi 

Weed, LarkinD car Whiteface 
Elsie A (Peaslee ho 

Chester A car 

John J car 

Hortense stu 

Cleveland stu 

Weed, John J car No 

Lucy M (Smith ho 

Leslie J 

Weed, C A car Whiteface 
EllaC(Hoag ho 

Weed, F H broker sum res 
Edith S (Niles ho 

Dorothy N pi 

Weed, Geo W law Ctr 

Wife ( 

Weed, Alfred law sum res, Ctr 
Charlotte A (Acwater ho 



Ann pi 

Weed, Geo law sum res, No 

(Ac water ho 

Donald pi 

Weed, Sarah F (McCrillis ho 


Mary N (m Pickthall 

Weeks, D W far Ctr R F D 

> EllaF ho 

W^ent worth, Paul law 

Ellen T (Duntley ho 

*Joseph law Boston 

s *John P ; mer Nebraska 

White, Fred L far Ctr 

Annie M (Tappan ho 

Emma L pi 

White, Chas M car Ctr 

Hattie M (Bryant ho 

Edward L pi 

V Claire pi 

Earle A pi 

White, Chas H retd Ad Ctr 

White, Mary J ho Ctr 

Whitwell, Natalie S Ctr Har 

Wiggin, Geo W law Ctr 

sum res. Stonecroft Farm 

Mary M (Bryant ho 

Alice tr 

Wiggin, Anna H ho & tr 

Ctr R F D 

Wilkinson, J W G far Ctr 

Williams, F W poultry 

Ctr R F D 

*FredW^Jr master ptr 
Page, W Ya 
*S L ptr Manatoba, Can 
*John H mach 

Montgomery, W Va 
Alfred A draughtsman 
Mabel E ho 

Viola V pi 

Irene A pi 

Willis, Louisa A sum res, Ctr 
Sophia A ho 

Geo S mfg 

Lilla T ho 

Willis, Geo S mfg Ctr 

Sarah E (Eakins ho 

Wing, G S dentist sum res, No 
Dora (Hawes ho 

Dorothy pi 


Wood, S A Friend clerg 


Ella L (Ppsmore ho 

Elenora D , tr 

*Celia A (m Petherbirdge 

Camden, N J 
*Reuel L printer 

Knights Town, Ind 
*B B cl bank 

Spokane, Wash 
Carroll L stu 

Angelina mus tr 

Edgar J engraver 

Adelbert J stu 

J Dinsmore 




Woodward, Wm C elec eng 

Lizzie A (Paddock ho 

K C midshipman U SNavj 
William L stu 

Edward S 
Oliver P 


York, Helen M (Severence Ctr 

Census of Plymouth 

Note— Where no Post Office address is expressed Ply- 
mouth is understood. R. F. D. routes are designated by 
number of the route coming after the name. 

Adams, Geo law 

Adams, Geo F far No 2 
Alice E (Mignault ho 

Geo H pi 

Edna P pi 

Adams, E G lab No 1 

Lillian G (Rowen ho 

Ernest D 

Adams, Arthur far No 1 
Stella (Rowen ho 

Sadie L G 

Ahern, Julia (Lawles ho No 2 
*Wm A supt 

John cont & bid 

David cont & bid 

Henry cont & bid 

Ellen E dr rakr 

Hannah tr 

Stephen A far 

Mary A tr 

Allen, B S sporting goods fact 


Agnes L (Clifford shop 

Blanche O shop 

Burton W pi 

Appleyard, Albert glove mfg 
Appleyard, A H glove shop 
Armstrong, Madeline ho 

Armstrong, Roselina (Hooper 
cor Lang & High 

Nettie M cl 

Arris, Melzena (Little 


Murray P 

Metta O (m Homans 
Ashley, Geo M far No 1 

Anna B (White ho 

Winifred (m Fossie 

*Alfred B U S ser 

Fort Riley, Kan 

Gordon A 

Lilly B stu 

Geo M pi 

Myrtle B pi 

Iddo A 

Everett E 
Atwood, J L R R ser 17 Main 

Vena L (Leavitt 

Leland L 

Sarah L 

Chase C 

Margaret V 
Atvvood, Carlos B glove shop 
Avery, G K retd 13 Pleasant 

Mary F (Batchelder ho 

My r tie M (Avery 
Avery, Elwin M car inspector 

Mattie J (Ward ho 

Avery, F J lab 12 Cooper 

Pearley F printer 

Margaret ( ho 

Estelle W (Packard 

Avery, Julia A dr mkr 


Avery, A W jeweler 

57 Highland 

Ida B (Sawyer ho 

*Alberta R (m Drew 

1,014 Broadway, 
W Somerville, Mass 

Lena B (m Dorian 

E E Walter cl 

Avery, Susan cook Highland 
Avery, G G baker Holderness 

ViunieM (DoUoff ho 

Avery, Eva U 
Avery, Chas A far No 1 

Emma P (Perry ho 

Maude C pi 

Ayer, Chas J ins agt 

cor High & Lang 




Lillian E (Cowley 



Doris L 



Percy M 





Avery, Flora B 



Avery, Arthur P 


Avery, Farley G glove fact 

8 Cooper 

Addie L (Flanders ho 

FGuy pl 


Babcock, Jos H mill op 

16 Highland 
Ella A (Walker 
*BA mill op Whitefield 
Josie M (m Carrol 
Sadie E (m Packard 

Bailey, Geo E retd far 

Baker, G E R R ser Highland 

Barker, Chas E R R ser 

37 Highland 

Emily L (Moulton ho 

Edson M asst P M 

Barker, A P car 40 Highland 
Minnie E (Young ho 

Fred A P cl 

Barnard, Wesley far No 2 
John far 

Charles far 

Barnard, Laura H (Doton ho 

59 Highland 

Rose dr mkr 



Barrett, Caroline (Stearns 


Bartlett, Joe A far 

Mary S R (Clement 

Batchelder, F E ear Summer 
Emogene (Smith ho 

Lyman F pi 

Batchelder. Ida ho 

Batchelder, Wm J Russell 

VirojiniaE (Taplia ho 

W Bennett 

Batchelder, Moses mer 


Edith (Phillips ho 

Batchelder, J as car insp 

13 Warren 
Inez H (Avery ho 

Ralph G pi 

Lillian A 
Beatrice A 

Bayley, Susan G (Cockrun 

Bay ley 
Mary A (m Johnson 
*George C mer Tilton 

Lizzie A (m Randolph 
W C prov & gro 

CF cl 

Herbert E cl 

Bayley, Herbert mer Merrill 
Blanche M (Avery ho 

Gladys S pi 

Bayley, Chas F cl Bayley Ave 
Lura M (Homans 

Arthur T 
Robert C 
Bean, G L retd 


27 Langdon 

Sarah (Nickerson 

*Minnie E (m Haines 

77 Shore drive, 
Winthrop, Mass 

*Rose E (m Garvin 

Sanford, Me 

*Fred A far New Hampton 

*LiDuie B (m Sherburn 
13 Chestnut, Woburn, Mass 

Dora B (m Keniston 
Beardslee, Chas F 

ptr & paper hgr 

Juliette A (Glynes ho 

Marion I 
Beattie, Harold cl Pleas 
Beers, J G janitor Merrill 

Sarah (Jardin 

John L pl 

Ethel M pl 

Louisa J 

Annie L 

Mabel E 
Bill, EL phy & sur 

51 Highland 

Maud C (Coolidge 

Ernest L stu 

Leslie S pl 

Berry, J C ins agt 18 Langdon 

D Jennie (Garland 

Herbert E ins agt 



♦Arthur G tr 

Rochester Bus College 

♦Ethel L tr Littletou 

Leon H matress fact 

Elsie M stu 

Berry, H E ins agt 

28 Lanojdon 

Hannah E (Smith-Tucker 
Bird, Mary E (Doolittle 

•Frances J 
49 No 15th. Minneapolis, Minn 

Grace E tr State Normal 
Blaisdell, Judson No 3 

Estelle (Nichols 

Judson car 

Blake, E car No Main 

Earl cl 

Isaac pi 

Blake, F F far No 1 

Harry N 

*Lulu l\ (m Sanborn 

Blodo;ett, Sarah G (Johnson 
30 Langdon 

EfRe E brdg house 

Blodo-ett, F R far 1 Highland 
Blood, Geo B bank So Main 

Bertha (Goodridge ho 
Bowles, E C team Langdon 

Ethel R (Page ho 

Beatrice A 
Bowles, O E mill op Highland 

Isabelle E (Thayer ho 

Lynn L cl 

Hazel M pi 

Ruby M pi 

Bowles, Alden far Highland 
Lorette S (Aldridge ho 
*Alburto H Hill 

overseer lumb mill 
* Florence B (m Smith 

E Hebron 
*Amasa tr High School 
Buxton, Me 
Bowles, C H pres Sav Bank 
cor Riv & High 
Mary A (Bachelder 
*Geo H M D 

1750 Wash'tn, Boston, Mass 
Boyce, C W team No 1 

Ida M (Whitcomb 
•Elizabeth M (m Dorey 


Carl W lab 

Boynton, Elmer car Langdon 

Nona M (Sanborn 

Boynton, J M far 18 Winter 

Martha A (Hobart ho 

Boynton, Mabel L ho 

Brackett, Wm R retd R R ser 

cor Russ & Web 

Ella L (Stearns ho 


Bragg, Oscar shoe mkr 

4 Highland 

Kate F (Hutchins ho 

Harry P stu 

Lester G pi 



Clarence W 
Brainard, A C 

R R ser 
off Brido^e 
Roxie E (Stillings ho 

Emma D waitress 

M Ellen ho 

Margaret F pl 

Daniel J 
Alvin P 
Brooks, Chas L butter mkr 

Olive P (Morse ho 

Mildred H 
Ezra W 
Brown, Jennie M 
Brown, L E R R ser 

off Warren 
*Mabel A mill op Laconia 
♦Frank C R R ser 

Portland, Me 
Myra E (m Steel 
*Minnie H ho 

Stoneham, Mass 
*IIarry M R R ser 

Portland, Me 
Brown, C P R R ser 

cor School & Lan^don 
Abbie M (Garland 
Walter C lab 

Brown, J M R R ser No Main 
Bessie M (Walker ho 

Willie M 

Brown, Regina L Highland 

Brown, Earl 27 Main 

Eliza (Elliott 

Brown, D M mill op 

31 Highland 
Frances (Marston ho 

*AlbertaB (m Wright 

Margaret bk kpr 

Brown, M S far & dep sheriff 
Wm M H far 

Brown, Wm M H far 

Lottie A (Smith ho 

Earle M pl 

Harold W pl 

Brown, F W druggist Main 

Brown, A mill op off Main 
Adelaide E (Ellsworth 
Lela G (m Cook cl 

Lucinda E bk kpr 

Buchanan, Sarah G ( ho 


Burke, G H blk Keeble 
Rose A (Keefe ho 

*Chas J blk Ashland 
*HG blk Springfield, Vt 
Alice M 
*Anna F (m Wayne 

Elizabeth S 

Mary C stu 

Agnes L stu 

Burke, Genevieve R (Maher 

Billings, Mont 



Burleigh, Alvin law 9 Weeks 

Elvira (Page ho 

*D Paul elec eng 

8 Schenectady 

Margaret S stu 

Burns, Sophia (Whitney 

11 Russell 

Burtt, Chas C glove mfg 


Amelia S (Nichols ho 

Burtt, A F mer 42 Langdon 

Eva L (Isham ho 

Doris E 

Burtt, Fred far 

Leonora (Wheeler ho 

Albert F furniture 

*E D phy & sur Lincoln 

•Musetta waitress 

Boston, Mass 

•Herbert F barber 

Elm, Manchester 

Chas C sporting goods 

*Sadie L (m Polard 

Walter E glove 

Arthur A far 

Burtt, W E sporting goods 
Louisa R (Walters 
Hazel E 

Caldon, Jas M 

stone mas 

*Leon M mill op 

Campton Vil 

Amey R stu 

Ida L pi 

Caldon, C B far 90 Highland 

Mary A (Bump ho 

Caldon, Geo E car No Main 

Mattie A (Harris ho 

Guy E office boy 

Lena A stu 

Lita R pi 

Calf, Howard truck Merrill 

Carpenter, Vance R stu 

Carpenter, John C pi 

Carroll, Leroy L exp 

Josie M (Babcock ho 

Nellie G pi 

Bernard H pi 

Floyde B pi 

Florence E pi 

Velna A 

Carter, Annette E (Johnson 

So Main 
Mary A (m Cook 
Cass, Cyrus A far No Main 
Jane A (Hibbard ho 

Henry A tailor 

*Nellie E (m Sanborn 

47 Monroe, Concord 
Cass, H A tailor No Main 
Elizabeth (Heep ho 

*Edith M (m Bias 

Beverly, Mass 
*Alice J ho Lakeport 



Alvin H pi 

Cass, Austin W ball sewer 

Cayes, N far 43 Pleasant 

Marcia A (Elkins ho 

Edward N car 

Ida M (m Smith 

Emraa M (m Fosie 

Chas W sp goods fact 

Fred car 

Lizzie (m Bojnton 

Elsie tel op 

Cayes, E N car 36 Pleasant 

Harriet E (Dexter ho 

Reo:inal E 

Eugene A 
Cayes, C W shop So Main 

Josephine M (Vontell 

Chamberlain, E lab 


*George lab Concord 
Champ, N Main 

Emily (Seap dr mkr 

Clara (m Derry 

*John police 

Boston, Mass 

Lizzie (m Swett 

*Edw optician 

Boston, Mass 

*Lawrence N Y 

Cora office 

Chapman, Fred creamery 

73 Highland 

Harriet E (Heath ho 

Fred A 
Chase, I H lumb 6 So Main 

Miunie (Elliott ho 

Richard O stu 

*Mildred (m Drake 

Springfield, Mass 

Chase, Edw A phy & sur 

7 Russell 

Ruth (McClure 

Robert M 

Chase, Hattie ( 

Chase, Daniel 

Allen D 


peg mill 

far No 2 

stone cutter 


*Elnora J milliner 

Boston, Mass 

*Alice S (m Hartford 


Jennie M (m Day 

Chase, Wm retd far 

*Geo W far & lab Quincy 

Chase, H L lab 

Julia E (Osgood ho 

Chase, Mary tailoress Cooper 

Chase, W D lumb & real est 

Lillian H (Heath 
Anthouy B pl 

Chase, Fred 

Chatman, H E hostler 

Hattie M ho 

Clark, Mrs Helen M No 1 

Thomas F 



*Geo G law 

60 State, Boston, Mass 

Clark, T Ernest lab No 5 

Clark, Calvin retd No 1 

Betsy A (Colcord ho 

*Mary C (ra Rich 

Truro, Maes 
*E C ship cl Manchester 
Alma H tr nurse 

Clark, Carlesta J (Johnson 

No Main 
*Lena M (m Downing 


Clark, Ernest bk kpr 

42 Summer 

Celia J (Corliss ho 

Lillian V stu 

Ervin W pi 

Clay, G M glove fact 

51 Langdon 

Bessie M (Piper ho 


Clifford, Eunice (Woodman 


*Fred A eng 10 Maple, 


Clifford, CM lab 


Lura N (Sherburn ho 

Chester B pi 

Clifford, Jas stone cont 

*Harry G tel op 

Katesfield, lud Ter 

Lorinda A (Howe-White 

Clifford, Alice (Smith No 1 
Blanch B (m Scruton 

Clifford, Cbas retd far No 1 

Coburn, B G glove fact 

Bay ley Ave 
Emma L (Greener 
Martha P stu 

Grace A pi 

Agnes H 

Coburn, Chester No 1 

Coburn, Bertha 

Coffey, Hannah E (Corcoran 

cor Pearl & Weeks 

* Jeremiah J raach 

Baltimore, Md 

*Edw E mach 

Boston, Mass 

Wm R drug 

*Mary E Manchester 

directress convent 

Anna E (m Jones 

Coffin, Wm H eng 

Mary E (Johnson ho 

Colhuru, F lab 43 Highland 
Laura J (Marsh ho 

Conrad, Rev J R High 

Mary E (Hall ho 

Evelyn G stu 

Helen M stu 

Russell H pi 

Harold E 

Condon, Morris stu Langdon 
Catherine (McDonald 
Margaret M tel op 



A^nes E compositer 

*Edw W R R ser 5 Union 

Shelburn Falls, Mass 

Cook, May E (Gu.y Warren 
Mildred E pi 

Cook, C A team 1 So Main 
Mary A (Carter ho 

Nettie M pi 

Carrie A 

Cook, A far & lumb mfr No 1 
Hannah B (Boynton ho 
Chas A lura mfr 

Mary H office cl 

Alice E 

John H lum mfr 

Flora A office cl 

Cook, Wm cl 

Lila G (Brown ho 

Cousins, Alva C plumb 

Georgie E (Runnels ho 

Cramford, P H retd Highland 
Melissa (Sawyer ho 

Kate|(m Langill 

Crittendon, B A jeweler 

Daisy W (Woodard 
Beatrice A pi 

*Crockett, J Frank cl 

Los Angeles, Cal 

Crockett, Elizabeth (Burnham 
28 Highland 

Cross, Wm T car 

Mary J (Leaged ho 

John H car 

Sarah A (McLeod 
Cross, John H car No 1 

Jennie A (Rogers ho 

Crowell, Frank mill op 

Currier, ML R R ser 


Ella B (Black ho 

Stuart H 
Currier, Hattie M nurse 

14 Cooper 

Maud C (m Palmer 
Currier, Aunis Foster 

Alice (Bowlan ho 

Lena pi 

Charley pi 

Mary V 

Currier, Henry C retd No 2 

Flora B (Blaisdell ho 

Perley S sporting goods 

Edw G R R mail cl 

Amy B 

Fred A R R mail cl 

Currier, Ann R (Roby No 2 

Addie M (Mary ho 

Currier, Martha (Richardson 
Currier, P S glove cutter 


Cora (McDaniel ho 

Ruth M stu 

Curtis, Florence B glove shop 
Cushman, Catherine 

(Spaulding Summer 



Caroline R Leverett 
Cutter, C H team & far Cutter 
Lucia A (Greene ho 

Alice M glove shop 

Danforth, W B lab 

Cora B (Roe ho 

Daniell, Wm H undertaker 

12 Russell 
Charlotte (Stebbins 
Walter H cl 

Marguerite stu 

Charlotte A stu 

WmH pi 

Ellen EL pi 

Daisy B pi 

Ruth E 

*Daniel8,C H mill op E Tilton 
*Alba J far Laconia 2 

Davidson, N far Highland 

Margaret E (Watson 

•Clinton E hotel 

Boston, Mass 

*Wilber N trav sales 

Chicago, 111 

Davis, Lester glove 

Car.y (Gay nor ho 

Davis, Emily (Harriman ho 

Davis, W R Jr mill op Russell 
Mina J (Whitcher ho 

Beryl L pi 

Davis, W R S mill op Russell 
Ella M (m Edmonds 
*Henry C fire dept 

498 Union, Springfield, Mass 
W R Jr mill op 

•Florence L (m Burke 

Springfield, Vt 

Davis, E M team 38 So Main 
Mary H (Evens ho 

Eva M pi 

Davison, O L liv stable 

11 Main 

Annie L (Clifford ho 

Carolyn B pi 

Damson, J R R ser ofi Main 
Winnifred E (Homans 
Annie E pi 

John F pi 

Marion C 
George H 

Day, Albert B eng High 
Katie S (Hadley ho 

Helen M stu 

Louie G stu 

Gladys M pi 

Eddie L pi 

Day, Jasper far No 2 

*Ethan A mill op Bristol 
*Daisy E (m Cass Bristol 
*Philip L paper making 
*Archie paper mill 




Kate M ho 

Wm W mill op 

Jennie M (Chase ho 

Gladys pi 

Alice L pi 

Day, James F team Keeble 
Eunice M (Pierce ho 

Donald F 

Dary, J J cooper off Bridp^e 
Clara (Shampon dr mkr 
Emily pi 

Dearborn, Charlotte dr mkr 
48 Highland 

Dearborn, Gill retd Main 
Rose E (Elliot ho 

William A stu 

Dearborn, E B leather dress 
8 cor Sch & H 
Emma F (Flanders 
Arthur E cl 

Deming, H F mer Pleasant 
Ella M (Williams 
*Florence M (m Boyen 

Mabel M tel op 

Maud S 

Dexter, Chas S R R ser Fox 
Laura E (Fosie ho 

Henry F pi 

Dolloff, Annie (Sawyer 

Blanch pi 

Dolloff, Geo W 5 Pleasant 

overseer sp goods fact 

Annie L (Lane ho 

Marjorie M 
Donovan, Katherine 

19 Pleasant 
Julia T cashier 

Dorion, Rev E C E 

12 Highland 

Lena A (Avery ho 

Dorion, Mrs Thos A 

Downing, Edna A (Willoughby 


*Irad S far Rumney 

*Wm W far Rumney 

*Maria A (m Willoughby 

Edgar Town, Mass 

*Almon E mach 

290 E Marock, Lowell, Mass 

Clara A (m Persons 

*Emery A B far 


*Henry W far Bow 

*Freeman A R R ser 

E Deerfield, Mass 

Downing, F W mach Avery 

Maud E (Tourtillott 

Eva H stu 

Hazel pi 

Harry L pi 

Downing, Hart mill op No 1 

Laura A ( Ward-Avery 
Downing, W L mill op Foster 

Gertrude M (Gilman 
Downing, Martha J (Webster 

Downing, Nelson far 
Auo;usta (Downing 
Ida E (m Coffin 

Downing, Fred mill op 

Dow, Jennie S (Harriman ho 

No 2 

Dow, John A blk 

Helen M (Simonds ho 

Jennie M (m Estes 
Leola B (m Adams 
*Emma F (m Hadley 

*Albert J blk & mach 

Franklin Fals 
Muriel H R 

Draper, J F sport goods mfg 
Hattie R (Russell ho 

Mary E 

H Marguerite stu 

Jason R stu 

Duncklee, Amy (Wills ho 

No Main 
Hubert E ptr 

Bessie M glove shop 

Roscoe W pi 

Perley R pi 

Dunn, C H butcher 

Phebe E (Martin ho 

Wm S pi 

Ethel B pi 

Cristina M 

Durand, Mary A (Lougee 



No 2 


48 Pleasant 


Otto L 





Herman F 


Dustin, J M elec Langdon 
Vinnie S (Chase ho 

Morris P pl 

Alice F pl 

Bertrice S 
Wesley S 

Dustin, Elizabeth (Sherburn 

Dustin, Ezekiel retd No 1 
Mary S (Smith ho 

Dyer, C P mail carrier No 3 


Eastman, Nathaniel far 

Myra (Worthing ho 

Eastman, H W blk No 1 
Martha G (Mcintosh ho 
Haven S stu 

Clifton K pl 

Roy L 

Eastman, F H R R ser 

65 Highland 

Rosa M (Herbert ho 

Eastman, C S mill op 


Hattie M (Calley ho 

Eastman, Alonzo car No 2 
Flora E (Dalton ho 

Lewis A car 

Clarence P glove shop 

Minnie E stu 



Eastman, Lewis car No 2 
Leora M (Farmer ho 

Carl A pi 

Wilmer R pi 

Lorin B 

Eastmau, C P glove fact 

16 Hip^hland 

Maud A (Bageley glove 

Edmonds, Benj G cl 29 Main 
Mattie E (Coburn ho 

Margaret pi 

Elliott, W mill op Summer 

Fannie ( ho 


Elliott, J R 

mgr Pemigewasset House 

Ellis, John A car No Main 
May A (Pebbles ho 

Madeline L pi 

Robert A pi 

Omer D 

Ellis, Dorotha (Sargent No 2 

Ellis, Jas cont & bldr Merrill 
Edith (Wheeler ho 

Elison, John mill op No 1 

Emma ( ho 

Chas lab 

*John far Laconia 
*Susie (m Merrill Laconia 

Emerson, Thos J car & bldr 

42 Highland 

Mary L ho 

Emery, Nina L (Coolbeth 

dr rakr Main 

Ernest E stitcher 

WmE cl 

*Glady8 (m Hunter 

116 So, W Lynn, Mass 
Rufus L lab 

Nora E stu 

Emery, Will E cl 87 Main 

Harriet ( 

Estes, L D team Warren 
Jennie M (Dow ho 

Harold E cl 

Helen C stu 

Clair G pi 

Thelma F 

Evans, C M Miss milliner 


Fallon, Delia Highland 

Farmer, Chas M 

*Fred S lab Haverhill, Mass 
*WalterE far Ellsworth 
Leora M (Eastman 
Chas C team 

Willie C pi 

Farmer, Chas C team 

Lulu (Lock ho 

Farnum, A B ptr 16 Thurlow 
Atha M (Roberts ho 

Fellows, Chauncey office wrk 

6 Pleasant 

Jennie E (Lyford ho 



•Victor M clothing 

1 Couch, Plattsburg, N Y 

Ferrin, John team 

Ruth G pl 

Ferrin, M A news agt 

Mary F (Webster 

Fifield, Victor cl 87 Main 
Alice M (Sargent ho 

Emily L etu 

Ora E pl 

Annie A pl 

Albert W 

Flanders, W G livery 

16 Langdou 
Clara A (Hardy ho 

Charlotte F (m Smith 
Sadie A 
Marion E stu 

Flanders, C E Miss No 1 

Fletcher, S P retd 

77 Highland 
Betsey J (Webster ho 

J G glove mfr 

Orrin W far 

Chas H far 

*Myron H cl Ctr Har 

Fletcher, John G glove mfr 
Sarah E (Morse 
Fred E glove mfr 

Fletcher, Orrin W far No 1 
Etta J (Barnard 

•Herbert L cl Rumney 
*Amy L (m Kidder 

Rumney Depot 

Frank P tr Moody Inst 

Chicago, III 

•Chester A far 

Rumney Depot 

Fletcher, Chas far No 1 

Hermon pl 

Flynn, Mamie ho 27 Main 

Fogg, L D 48 Pleasant 

supt water Co & plumb 

Fosie, A A R R ser SLangdon 

Emma M (Cayer ho 

Myrtle E , pl 

Gladys M pl 

Alfred L 

Mildred J 

Fosie, Jos M asst hostler 


M Winifred (Ashley ho 

Ruth W 

Manard A 

Foss, George B tin pedler 

70 Highland 

Lavinia E (Melvin 

*Guy M chauffeur 

10 Galena, Roxbury, Mass 

George L cl 

Noah S stu Dartmouth 

Hugh pl 

Foss, Emma M (Merrill ho 

8 Summer 

Foster, Geo R peg mfg Main 



Christie B (Allen 
George A 

Foster, E J peg mfg Main 
Mabel J (Jenks 
Marion J pi 

Foster, G O lab Highland 
Mary A (Drake ho 

Evelyn M pi 

Nellie C pi 

Guy R pi 

Irene J 

Foster, Moses retd 

*F H R R eng Woodsville 
Stella F (m Nelligan 

Fox, Charlotte (Dearborn 

*George A musician N Y 
Bessie librarian & inus tr 

Freeman, Wm P cl 

cor Keeble & Weutworth 
Fannie E (Sherwell 
Harold C stu 

French, Essie B (Mills 


French, Carrie M (Edwards 

29 Main 
Harry F stu 

Roger L stu 

Frissell, Henry lab 27 Main 

Frye. John far Merrill 

Alice (Leach ho 

Ernest C stu 

Mary A pi 

Sadie E 
Ethel J 
Eunice G 
Fuller, E W 


glove cutter 


Gussie A (Holmes ho 

Furlong, Sarah (Crowley ho 


*Wm H No Berwick, Me 

Garland, W R phy & sur 

6 Russell 

Garland, Geo W iar 

12 Langdon 

Eliza A (Batchelder ho 

Wm R M D 

George, Chas W far No 1 

Louise V ho 

Martha C ho 

George, Mamie (Kan on 

Harry J 

*Ethel M Rumney 

*Emma C E Rumney 

Gibson, D W No 1 

brick & lumb mfg 

Gilman, Geo W R R ser 

No Main 


*Lizzie M (m Dozois 

E Springfield 
Joseph A jeweler 



Leonard G cl 

Gertie M (m Downing 

Linnie H peg- mill 

Gilman, Jos jeweler No Main 

Bessie L (Miller ho 

Gilson, Wm E cl 70 Highland 

Eva S (Brown ho 

Glover, Stephen R far No 2 

Luella R (Bartlett ho 

Austin B far 

Ada M milliner 


Arthur E 

Earoid L 

Elmer L 

Roscoe C 

Roy A stu 

Glynn, David far 

Nellie E (Fisher ho 

Ethel J ho 

Glynn, Thos F far 

M Augusta ho 

Gore, F B glove cutter No 1 

Margaret (Cass ho 

Gore, Harriet H (Page ho 

No Main 

Moody P mason 

*EIiza G (m Foster 


*Alice M (m Hutchins 

Wells River, Vt 

George W stu 

Gore, M P mason Highland 

Effle K (Kibby ho 

Gould, Chas J mer 14 So Main 
M Kate (Morton ho 

*Mabelle L artist 

48 So Oxford, Brooklyn, N Y 
Blanche A tr 

* Bessie M 12 Stetson, 

Brookline, Mass 
Florence P stu 

Gould, C E RRser 7 Bridge 
Gertrude (Rymill 
Adeline F 

Gourlay, Mary (Pervier ho 

Grant, L P mill op 4 Cooper 
Marion F (Smith ho 

*Eleanor E (m Ford 
318 River, Newton, Mass 

Greeley, Geo team Russell 
Donna (Pelkey ho 

M argaret pi 

Greenleaf, Rena (Shaw ho 
42 Lang 

Greenwood, Lewis gloves 

Edith (Cass ho 

Hazel M 

Guild, AC R R ser Langdon 
Mabel E (Mitchell 


Hackett, Edith nurse 

Hackett, Harry R R ser Bridge 

Eldora C (James ho 

Hale, H H cl 44 Langdon 

Fannie J (Locklin 



Eva F stn 

*Rena M (m Manning 

Wood us, Conn 
*Luella M (m Stebbins 

Junius, So Dakota 
Sadie E (m Browne 

Haley, J G lab Highland 
Anpjeletta (King ho 

Raymond, J stu 

Harold E stu 

Max G pi 

Neal W pi 

Edward E pi 

Kenneth R pi 

Hall, Ann B (Bean No Main 
*Nathan W s s op & far 
•EllaF(m Harron 

Lakeport 2 
Frank H R R ser 

Hall, F H R R ser No Main 
Harry E pi 

Lillian D (Pebbles 

Hallenbeek, D H dentist 

2 Pearl 
Rena S (Baldwin ho 

Chas S stu 

Hamrne, Amos lab 

Hamlin, Alberta ho No 1 

HantiHtord, H L far No 2 
AbbieS ^Smith ho 

Frank L far 

Hannalord, S G lumb School 

Julia M (Dodge ho 

Pauline M pi 

Haney, Willie lab 

*Haney, Herman H Bristol 

Hanson, Anthony stonecutter 
27 Main 

Hanson, Nathan retd No 5 
Amelia (m Hobbs 

Hardy, Forest far 

Alice (Hovey ho 

Delia F ' pi 

Henry R pi 

Earl L pi 

Hardy, Ernest B el Rogers 
Maud R (Rowe ho 

Chas B 
Florence E 

Harriman, Sophia (Penniman 
HattieG (m Trow 
Alma (m Whittemore 
Emily (m Davis 
*Geo D Standard Oil team 
26 Hampton Ave, 
Brockton, Mass 
^Elizabeth M 
(m Woodbury Winchester 

Hart, Grace L B 

charge restaurant 

Hatch, Geo A far No 1 

Mildred E (Smith ho 

Clarence R pi 

Bernice M pi 

George C 

Harvey, Austin G far 



•Lizzie (m Taylor 
7 Dorchester, Lawrence, Mass 

*Cha8 A coach man 


•Susie (m Burnham 

Lynn, Mass 

Amanda M (Knox ho 

*J Frank M D 

20 Temple, Boston, Mass 

*Josie I (m Gay 

74 President, Lynn, Mass 

*Ella D (m Morrison 
Varnum, Lawrence, Mass 

*Ida V (m Burnham 
172 Varnum, Lawrence, Mass 

Luther T baker 

Harvey, L T 27 Main 

Maud E (Bowe 

bakery & restaurant 

Arthur H D D H pi 

Susie M pi 

Hann, Chester P far 

Ida M (Rutherford ho 

Hayes, Sam'l B ptr No Main 

Daisy D (Pebbles 
Hayes, C P mill op 

Gussie (Flint ho 

Leonard R 

Lewis M 
Hazelton, D H night watch 

No 2 

Charlotte J pi 

Gladys D pi 

Heath, H B printer 

Heath, M H tel lineman 

Heath, Geo M tinsmith No 1 
Henderson, Agnes 

supt Emily Balch Hospital 
Hill, Everett pi 

Hill, Albion pi 

Hill, Lilla G (Tucker No Main 

Eva M peg mill 

Bertha B peg mill 

Ruby L stu 

Bert G pi 

Hobart, Perly M glove shop 


Nellie M (Clark 

Marshall P pi 

Archie R pi 

Mary L 
Hobbs, Allen far No 5 

Amelia H (Hanson ho 

Holmes, James B far 

Nellie W (Wilson 
Holmes, Edw car & con 

Holmes, Samuel M lar 

Emma (Foss 
Holard, Wm C glove shop 


Mary (Buzzell ho 

Perley M 

•Martha A (m Parker 


Ida M (m McGough 
Holtham, Gerald pi 

Homans, Mary M (Savage ho 



Lura M (m Bailey 
Grace E (m Milgate 
*Gertrude E (m Boylan 

Bellows Falls, Vt 
*Mary L (ra Currier 

Warren R R R ser 

Homans, W R R ser Merrill 
Metta (Arris ho 

Russell H 

Homaus, G F far 

S Ella (Swett ho 

Winnie E (m Dorson 
Harry F glove shop 

*Perley E R R ser 

Chillicothe, Ohio 
Merton B lab 

Homer, A S mer Pleasant 
Estella F (Beattie 
Russell S pi 

Raymond G 

Hosford, C J mail el Merrill 
Mattie B (Buck ho 

Harold B pi 

Marcia L pi 

Houghton, Bessie Pleasant 

Houston, A F harness nikr 
37 Pleasant 
Livonia M (Grant 
*Ro8coe G cl 

91 Commercial, Boston, Mass 
Alice S stu 

Bernice A stu 

Houston, Mary E 

tr Hampton Ins 

Howard, Laura M (Wescott 
Howland, Annie R (m Benton 
Hoyt, Leon J ptr No 2 

Adaline E (Tashro ho 

Huckins, Sophia (Caldon 

cor Pleasant & Russell 

Clara R mat shop 

Elmer E cl 

Huckins, E E cl 8 Winter 

Pauline M (Marden 
Huckins, Miss Lucy ho No 2 
Huckins, Caleb A retd School 

DeLos blk 

Ned G glove fact 

Huckins, Ned G glove fact 

School & Lang 

Eva C (Carr ho 

Beulah M pi 

Cora J 
Huckins, J P ins agt Winter 

Laura K (King ho 

Hull, W^m G retd Russell 

Arthur C trav sales 

Heber W R R cond 

Hull, A C trav sales Russell 

Annie P (Burgess ho 

Hull, H W R R cond Russell 

Rosa F (Heath ho 

Laura F pi 

Hutchins, Erwin mill op 

Iva M (Thompson 

Chas H pi 

Hazel M pi 

Gladys M 



Hutchiiis, C H lab 

Martha J (Tucker ho 

Hutcbius, Ward B 30 Main 

prop Tyler house 

Grace (McBath ho 


Jardiu, Jane (Beers Merrill 
*Hanuah E (m Bishop 

Mt Buchanan, P E Isl 

Louisa J ho 

Sarah (m Beers 

*Wm J elec con 

Brockton, Mass 

*Thomas car 

Taunton, Mass 

James E glove shop 

Lucy A glove shop 

Jenness, Chas far 

Jenness, Jeremiah S car No 2 

*Elmer F far Bristol 

Mazie A tr Colebrook 

Jenness, John L pi No 2 

Jenness, Kenneth A pi 

Jenness, Sybil (Nutting No 2 

Jesseman, H W stone cutter 

No Main 

Arthur F stu 

Maud N pi 

Johnson, Orietta N (Morse 

Mabel B (m Richards 
Johnson, Lizzie (Sherburn 


Gladys M pi 

Johnson, W far Thurlow 
Johnson, F M fireman 

11 Main 
Elsie M (Rowen 
Ernest M stu 

Hattie M pi 

Jones, H cattle dlr Warren 
Annie (Coffey ho 

Harold G pi 

Alphonzo pi 

Jones, A F lumb & live stock 
2 So Main 
Maria G (Currier 
Herbert E 

Delia S (m Dearborn 
Jordan, Fred J blk Avery 
Mary A (Belouin ho 

*Celia A (m Cote Laconia 
*Ruth A (m Brown 

No Woodstock 
James R pi 

Elsie L pi 

Effle B pi 

Freddie A pi 

Joseph, John mer Bridge 
Joyce, Arthur chef 10 Winter 
Annie (Nutting 



Kendrick, F RR ser 8So Main 
Susie (Oakes 

Ernest stu 

Keniston, John Thurlow 

music tr & eg;g farm 

Elizabeth P (Freeman 

Carl W stu & tr 

Everett A far 

Wilhelmina RJ music tr 

Miriam E stu 

Rachel P pi 

Wendall C pi 

Keniston, C W tailor 

27 Langdon 

Dora B (Bean ho 

Malcolm L 

Christine H 

Kenney, Carroll pi No 1 

Kenney, OH pi 

Kimball, Stephen S far 

Kimball, Wm eng Merrill 

Klock, J E tr cor Sch & High 

Margaret L (Roberts 

Lena M sect 

Glenn G stu 

Mayme J tr 


Dorothy L pi 

J Harold pi 

Knowles, B team 27 Main 
Knowles, Maria (Tobyne 


* Alice (m 


12 Winter 

bk kpr 

Boston, Mass 

Boston, Mass 

ptr Keene 

ho Littleton 

stone mas 

mill op Meredith 

^Florence (m Fox 


Labreque, Charles 

*Wm P printer Ashland 
Ira G team 

Florence M 

Lamb, Albert R R ser 

Lane, Albert W retd Crawford 
Ralph E ex agt 

Lane, RE ex agt Crawford 
Emma P (Pence ho 

Frances stu 

Gertrude D pi 

Helen Mae pi 

Marion A 

Lang, Ella L (Louis 27 Main 

Lang, Marinda (Downing ho 
Minnie E (m Morse 

Lang, Ella ( 

Walter pi 

Langdon, Woodbury far 




Belle (Gould lio 

Lano'ill, H H shipping cl Main 

Katie L (Piper ho 

Winthrop H pi 

Mildred A 

Clarence H 

Jeanette F 
Lanson, John R R ser 9 Pleas 

Annie E (Conoly ho 

Marion G shop 

Leavitt, Sarah M (Keniston 
17 Main 

*Nellie S (m Plummer 


Ida M (ni Sawyer 

Vena L (m Atwood 
Leverett, Caroline tr Summer 

*Martha (m Farmer 
41 Wash, Rumford Falls, Me 
Little, Henry bk kpr So Main 

Elsie (Swain ho 

Little, Geo W Langdon 

Melzena E (m Arris 

Love, T A variety store 

cor Main & Bridge 

Lougee, Mary B (Brown nurse 

So Main 

Lougee, Wni S tel op Russell 

Florence N (Lougee 

Norma N 
Lougee, John E lab 

Kate E (Berry ho 

Maggie (m Pillsbury 

Katie M 

Lougee, F W ptr & pap hgr 
62 Highland 
Mamie E (Fisher ho 

Helen F stu 

Eldin D pi 

Paul H pi 

Lovett, L mill op No Main 
Nellie M (Andrews 
Lester E team 

Leon L pi 

Ralph R pi 

Elsie B pi 

Eva E 





Mansfield, H D 

Edith (Furlong 

Lottie E 

Lizzie E 

Chas F 

Hiram L 

Alice M 
Mardeu, Blanch F 

(Farnsworth 8 Winter 

Paul F cl 

Pauline M (m Huekins 

Phyllis stu 

Harold W pi 

Mardin, M B mill op Warren 

Annie M (Vontell ho 

Alice M 
Margeson, Jane P (Smithers 



*Robert H fireman 

Melrosp, Mass 

Marston, Albert J phy & sur 


Geo A stu 

Martel, Geo N eng 5 Warren 

Elizabeth (Hunt ho 

Viola E p] 

Leretta M pi 

Freeman E pi 

Martin, Geo W far 

Sarah (McGraph 

Willis E far 

Martin, Willis E far No 2 

Rose C (Clement tr 

Reginald P 

Mason, J P retd 21 Main 

Jennie R (Stout ho 

*Reuben F far 

Northampton, Mass 

*Mary H (m Suiter 

Lacrosse, Wis 

Frances H tr 

*John C real est agent 

Bethel, Conn 

•David F far 

Framingham, Mass 

Maynard, J F mfg sptg good 


Henrietta (Draper ho 

•Harriet (m Denman 

Sedan, Kan 

John E supt of glove shop 

McCarthy, F police Warren 

Nora (Bradley ho 

Felix stu 

Daniel F stu 

Charlie pi 

Nora E pi 

Thomas P 
McCoy, Jas N 4 School 

lumb, wood & coal 

Alice F (Edmunds 

*Philip J elec & plumb 

1,836 Baker, 

San Francisco, Cal 

McCutcheon, Edw B team 


Margaret M (Moore ho 

Greta A 
McDonald, R sptg goods fact 


Bell (McDonald 
McGough, H barber Langdon 

Mary A (Philipps 

Thomas H tel op 

John W glove fact 

McGough, John glove shop 

Ida M (Hobart ho 

Mildred I 
McLeod, Jas R R ser No 1 

Sarah A (Cross ho 

James H 

Lizzie C pi 

Sarah A pi 

McMurphy, Dan'l far No 2 

Addie'M (Mary ho 

McQuesten, Luella F (Smith 




*Gertrude tr Emerson Coll 
Boston, Mass 

♦Nellie M tr 

Waltham, Mass 

Merrill, Mary E (Foster ho 

7 Main 

Mary M (m Foss 

James A eng 

98 Tremont, Everett, Mass 
Merrill, Nelson T tel op & elec 


Sadie E (Whitcher 
Merrill, Chas M car Fox 

Zoa D (Plant ho 

*Hattie (m Welch 


*Chas T lab Manchester 

*Ralph lab Campton 
Merrill, Edgar far No 3 

Dora B (Brown ho 

♦Herbert M elec 

228 Liberty, Schenectady, N Y 

Martha (m Sbute 
Merrill, John mill op No 1 

Elsie pi 

Merrill, Geo E far 2 

Viola V (Evans ho 

Merrill, Frank car insp Main 

AbbieE(Beck ho 

Mio-nault, Albert H far No 2 

Eldena F (Parker ho 

Miles, C sptg goods shop 

Milligan, Chas S far & cl 


Stella F (Foster 
Milliken, Chas E R R ser 

No Main 
Lulie B (Tucker ho 

Seaver L 
Mills, L S mill op Pleasant 
Mills, Ida ho 

Mitchell, Ira C stonemason 
29 Langdon 
Mynetta J (Sweet ho 

*Wesley H mer 

New Hampton 
Mabel E (m Guild 
Herman I ex cl 

John D stu 

Gladys R pi 

Mitchell, Millie H (Homans 

Carl A car & bldr 

Lester E team 

*Annie F (m Brooks 

Mitchell, Danl far No 2 
Florence V (Nutting ho 
*Nora B (m Jeuness 


*Ethel S M D 

39 No Spring, Concord 

Edith F tr 

Moore, Fred R R ser Bridge 

Jennie (A^irtue ho 

VV Frank 

Morrill, Hattie A No 1 

Morrison, Lester E mill op 

1] Main 



Grace M (Persons 

Morrison, Geo A Main 

Margaret E (Hayden 

Morrison, M A eng No Main 
Lizzie A (Sargent ho 

Harry M car 

Lester E mill op 

Carl S mill op 

Morrison, Harry N car 

67 Higbland 

Gertie M (Powers ho 

Bern ice E pi 

Roger E pi 

Morse, Louis J filer 16 Warren 
Susie A (Marden ho 

Laura L pi 

Bernioe A pi 

Morse, A F R R ser No Main 
Eva M (Love ho 

Morse, C M retd off Highland 
Sarah (Gale ho 

Morse, Leonard far 

Floy I (Bartlett ho 

Morse, Herbert F mill op 

Minnie E (Lang ho 

Carrie E pi 

Perley H pi 

Cynthia M pi 

Mildred M pi 

Bertha H 

Morton, Frank R R ser 

Perley car 

Moulton, B W team Keeble 
Ruth (Phillips ho 

Ralph A 
Mudgett, Mary E (Walker 

8 Russell 


Mary L tr 

Murry, Christina ho Weeks 


Nadeau, Chas team 

Hattie W (Dexter ho 

*Clarence mill op 

White River June, Vt 
Nelson, Wm retd far No 1 
J H far 

*W S far No Woodstock 
*Ellen M (m Ross 

Jerico, Vt 
*Sarah J (m Palmer 


E J far 

Nelson, E J far No 1 

May (Melendy ho 

Carl A pi 

Ren a M pi 

Henry C 

Nichols, Mary (Crysler No 1 

*LsraelC far Massena, N Y 

*Chas C car 

Paul Smiths, N Y 

*Samuel C car 

Waddington, N Y 

Elsie M (m Nichols 

*Clair C car Seattle, Wash 

1505j^ Broadway 



*Rolfe C car Seattle, Wash 

1505^ Broadway 

*Theodore C car 

1505J^ Broadway 

Seattle, Wasb 

Nichols, Oscar R pi 

Don I pi 

Fern C 

* Pearl D Enfield 

*Ireue T Bridgewater 

Morton, Julia V (Pierce ho 

Nutting, Noah J far No 2 

Mary F ho 

Hannah A. ho 

Nuttint^, E C Pleasant 

rep steam & hot water sup 

Anna M (Crosman 

Nuttino-, Percy A R R ser 


Mina J (Estes ho 

Gertrude E 

Nutting, Chas trav sales 



Oakes, Jennie A 

O'Dormell, Michael far No 1 

Jane (McNara ho 

*Edw A hotel 
37 H, So Boston, Mass 

John C lab 

James D far 

Wm M mill op 

Frank P far 

Hubert F far 

O'Donell, Jas G lab 

Nora J (Sommers ho 

Helen S 

Grace M 
Osborne, Clara (Rogers 


Oshea, James stone mas 

2 Pleasant 

Nellie (m Shampo 

John lab 

Mary E (Lydon ho 

Packard, Estelle W stu 

Packard, F W printer 

12 Cooper 

Sadie E (Babcock ho 

Page, Harris P far No 1 

Lydia M (Chase ho 

*Arthur L ptr Tilton 

Scott W far 

Page, Nellie L (MacDonald ho 
Page, Eliza (Quimby ho No 3 

Lizzie E (m Cook ho 

Harriet (m (irore 
Page, Edw J eng Warren 

Gertrude M pi 

Frank C pi 

Palmer, H E mill op Cooper 

Maud C (Currier ho 

Annie V 



Palmer, H MD 20 So Main 
Lucy J (Ellis ho 

Bessie F tr 

*Harold H M D 

Tewksbuiy, Mass 
Doris stu 

Parsons, J baker Hiohland 
Laura B (Leeman nurse 

Pattee, Richard real est agent 

Esther E (Ellis 

Patten, Geo far No 1 

Sadie M (Bennett ho 


Walter F stu 

Roy E stu 

Grace M p] 

Peabody, Ellen H (George 

* No 1 

Peabody, Geo W 

Pearson, Chas N 


No 3 


Sarah E (Persons 

Chas G 

Maroaret C 
Peaslee, J Clair drugoist 

40 School 

Pearl G (Gcer ho 

Peavey, Jas blk Main 

Josie ( ho 

Pebbles, Carl J pi off Bridf^e 
Pebbles, Burdelle D pi 

Pebbles, G Kin«;- pi 

Pebbles, Byron 
Pebbles, GD 

ens: B & M 
No Main 
Abbie A (Coburn 
Lillian D (m Hall 
Daisy D (m Hayes 
*Geo A dispatch 

Mary A (m Ellis 
Peppard, Wm M drug 

20 High'd 
Alice (Tufts ho 

John T stu 

Eugene W stu 

Alice L 
Perkins, John E retd lumb 
9 High'd 
Cora H (Smythe ho 

Persons, Geo N janitor 

Clara A (Downing 
Sarah E (m Pearson 
*Sherburn A mach 

8 Echo Grove, E Lynn, Mass 
Herman G stu 

Pervier, Carrie (Hull ho 

Jeff D far 

Peters, W J barber Russell 

Carrie K (King 
Philbrick, Leslie matress fact 

Mary W (Logan ho 

Edgar H 
Philbrick, A H mail car No 2 



AuraM (Wakefield 
Walter D mail car 

*Sylvia A (m Furlong 

Leslie W mat fact 

Alice H (m Logan 
Philbrick, Hattie B pi Cooper 
Phil brick, Amy (Harvey No 2 
Phillips, Ella J (Fellows ho 
Phillips, Harry pi 

Pierce, H dentist Highland 

Verne F (Flanders 

Pierce, L E butter mkr 


Mary C (Craig ho 

* Eliza E Hebron, N Y 

Margaret L pi 

Pierce, Chas car 

Chas Jr mill op 

Pierce, Charley far No 1 

Pike, A J eng High 

Evaline (Smith ho 

Pillsbury, A M lab 

Maggie (Lougee-Niles ho 

Pillsbury, Alvo S pruner 

Alva M lab 

Plant, Frank far No 1 

Viola E (Miller ho 

Josephine (m Young 

Ernest E far 

Bert E sport fact 

Dana S lab 

Elmer R sport goods 

Perley A 

Lettie M (m Mclntire 
Gertrude M ho 

Irving pi 

Algia pi 

Leroy pi 

Plant, Bert E glove fact No 1 
Eva P (Thompson ho 

Police, Gasper fruit & confec 

Memrzz (Guinto 
John stu 

Vennto stu 

Eva pi 

Charlie pi 

Victori pi 

Edith pi 

Addie pi 


Potter, W mer Crawford 
Agnes R (Margeson 
*Gertrude P (m Corliss 


Powers, H J far 67 Highland 
Ruth A (Wheeler ho 

*Daniel H far Groton 
Gertie M (m Morrison 

Priest, Cummings far 2 
Grace G (Colburn ho 


Ralph, J A plumb 22 Main 
Nellie (Morton ho 

Estella pi 



Ramsey, Ulveses H R R ser 

Esther L ( 

Lucy S stu 

Esther B 

Ray, Mae E (Irvin Warreu 
Floreuce G stu 

Reed, Henry W cl 

Carrie F (Foster ho 

Arthur H 

Lulu M stu 

Clarence J stu 

Reed, J E far No 2 

Mattie H (Follansbee ho 
*WillN grain dlr Asliland 

Reneau, Jos lab 27 Pleasant 
Clara A (Stone 
Edward C stu 

Joseph H stu 

Renfrew, John S dry goods 
(j ^Vinter 
Lillian (Barnard 
Earle B cl 

Florence E stu 

Marion L stu 

Mabel le A pi 

Renfrew, John S mer Winter 

*Reynolds, Roscoe W 

Thetford Center, Yt 
Alice M stu 

Rice, L E mill op 13 Warren 
Lucia M (Merrill ho 

Gladys M stu 

Millicent J stu 

Raymond L pi 

Helen M pi 

Richards, Fred J B & M tel op 

Mabel B (Johnson 

glove stitcher 
Richards, Charlie car N Main 
Annie (McDonald 
Frances D pi 

Guy C pi 

Richardson, Edw L liv stable 
13 Warren 
Jessie A (Batchelder ho 
*Wendell pi Campton 
Richardson, Cora E (Avery 
Kobie, James retd 16 Winter 
Frances A (Jameson 
*Laura B (m Fay 

730 Douglass, 
Dorchester, Mass 
*AdaF(m Russell 

Grove, Putnam, Conn 

Albert S cl 

*Howard T Am exp 

16 Irving, AV Medford, Mass 

Robie, Jennie (Archer Keeble 

Robie, Adelaide (Hoyt ho 

19 Main 

Robie, Albert shipping cl 

off Russell 

Ralph W stu 

Gertrude (Pickering ho 

Chas J pi 

Thomas W pi 

Viola M pi 



Leona G 

Kobinson, Geo A far Main 

Nellie M (Gove ho 

Alice M (m Taylor 

Rogers, H M retd far No 2 

Caroline (Rogers ho 

*Herbert L trav sales 

Lynnfield, Mass 

*Elro.y L ' retd 

Belmont Ave, 

Sjninjifield, Mass 

*Burt T nilg spt<;- goods 

Spriiigtield, Mass 

*Verne M M D 

Hartford, Vt 

*F]ora R (m Lafoe 


Blanch G tr 

Lida M (ni Reed Ashland 

Rogers, T ret.l M D 4 Russell 

Rogers, Chas 11 glove shop 

Mabel C (Caldon 
Eugene B ])1 

Rogers, Wra H 10 Wintei- 

sptg goods fact 
Flora A (Fnjerson 
Ruth E 
Rollins, Mary E (Ross ho 

Ross H 

P>ank B stu 

Romphrey, Seever far 

Gertrude (Bushway 







Romphrey, Joseph 


Josephine (Bill 


Rowen, D W 


Sarah J (Wise 


Stella S (m Adams 

Lillian G (m Adams 

Roman, AV B 


Sadie G (Mclntire ho 

Thelma P 


Emma M 

Runnels, Wm H 

R R ser 

R R Ave 

Julia C (Kinne 


Edith M 


Russell, John M 

mail car 

Lizzie H (Home 

[' ho 

*C Winnifred (m 

Phil brick 


*Clarence D cl 


Rutherford, John F 

far Nol 

Ida M (m Hanu 


Frances W 

Sanborn, Chas W far No 1 
Myrtie C (Hutchins 
Watson C pl 

Ralph C pl 

Sanborn, Edw H real est agt 
120 Main 



Julia (Robinson 
Sanborn, Laura (Smith 

*Sam S 


lumb Meredith 

furniture mfg 

361 Broadway, 

Somerville, Mass 

Luthera L (m Blanehard 

*Eo8e R (m Pearson 

Mason E car Ashland 
Nona M (m Bojnton 
Sanborn, Geo VV mill op 

2 Warren 
Lena M (Corliss ho 

Warren S 
Sanborn, Sarah N (Sanborn 

82 Hicrhland 
Sanborn, Adeline (Pierce 

76 Hiohland 
*VJctoria W (m Randlett 

40 Whittle Ave, Laconia 

*Clement W harness mfg 

16 Southwood, 

Roxbury, Mass 

*Theodore A cabinet 

243 Court, Laconia 

* Walter S harness njf<; 

Boston, Mass 

Sargent, r]mraaC(Cox 3 Main 

Sargent, Moses retd No Main 

Lizzif A (ra Morrison 

Fred K eng 

*E M eng No Woodstock 

Sargent, F F eng 33Langdon 

Annie A (Brown ho 

Leon H stu 

Sargent, Herman L far No 2 

Myra S (Randall 

*Herbert E tr of science 


*Mary T (m Doty 

29 Church, So Leroy, N Y 

*M E dentist Franklin 

*Grace tr 

Amesbury, Mass 

Alice P tr 

Amesbury, Mass 

Savage, Alraira (Savage 

12 Pleasant 

*Ernest W cl 

2,092 Mass Ave, 

Cambridge, Mass 

Ethel R stu 

Helen F pi 

Sawyer, E G retd Highland 

Julia (Hanson ho 

Sawyer, Wm H far No 2 

Emma F (Ferren ho 

Sawyer, Dan'l H car 

AnnieJ(Lunin ho 

Sawyer, Fred M coachman 


Ida M (Leavitt ho 

Lela stu 

Sawyer, Leon W fireman 

13 Main 

Emma M (Gilbert ho 



Harold A 


Marjorie P 

Ruby D 
Scott, Mary J ho 

Scruton, J O eup; Summer 

Blanch B (Derby ho 

Joseph E 

Doris H 
Severance, E G sales 22 Main 

Mary (McGillvery 

Charlotte E pi 

Clifton H pi 

Seymore, Kev John A retd 
Seymour, Geo B far No 2 

Elizabeth D (Doane ho 
Shaw, E Adella 
Shaw, Wm A glove shop Main 

Ida (Lord 

Mahloii ^V 
Shepardsou, E E trav sales 
20 Langdon 

Adella (Manson ho 

Ruth M Htu 

Reta B pi 

Ross A pi 

Sherburn, Sanil far No Main 

Amanda (Wills ho 

*LuraM (m Clifford 


Clista C (m Sutherland 

George W car 

Sherburn, Geo W car No Main 

Ethel R (Spauldiug ho 

Frank E 
Oliver K 

Sherburn, W mill op 

13 Pleasant 

Myrtie M (Avery ho 

Harold G pi 

Celia L 

Sherwood, L R far 

Carrie L (Kimberly No 1 
*Mark D eug Oswego, N Y 
*L Ray R R tireman 

Oswego, N Y 
Harry S 

Irviug F stu 


Shores, Rufus retd far No 1 
Judith (Avery ho 

Shute, Martha (Merrill No 3 
Dorothy S pi 

Donald M pi 

Sinnette, Amie E head nurse 
51 Highland 

Skow, J J glove shop Russell 
Cecillie (Jessou 
Elmie M U pi 

ElvireCG pi 

Smith, E L retd 

Emma G (m Batchelder 
Beiij F ins agt 

Lydia L ho 

Mildred E stu 

Smith, B F 8 Summer 

auctioneer & ins agt 

*Wm D printer Claremout 



*Martha J (m Rogers 


Lottie M ( Pero ho 

Smith, E H lunch room Main 

Mary L (Bilodeau 

Smith, Nancy T P (Batchelder 

28 Highland 

Mary M bk kpr 

Smith, Kate (Eastman tr 

So Main 

Lois stu 

Smith, I J glove cutter 

66 Highland 

Winnie F (Caldon 

Harry R pi 

Smith, Joshua W glove cutter 

Smith, Jennie A 66 Highland 

Smith, Elvira (Grant Russell 

Albert E R R ser 

*George E mer Warren 

Smith, J E bank treas 

37 Langdou 

Blanche B (Smythe 

Elwiu M pi 

Rodney P pi 

Smith, Lucy cl P O 

Smith, Frank trav sales 

Smith, Frank G druggist 

17 Langdou 

Charh:)tte F (Flanders 

Robert L pi 

Smith, T .1 base ball stitcher 


Belle C (Williams 

Smith, A E R R ser Russell 
Alice E (Wilmot ho 

Edith M pi 

Wilmot H 

Smith, N P far Highland 
Aleta E (Ames ho 

S Abbie stu 

Smith, John A team Pleasant 
Fred \V stone mas 

Lottie E (m Brow ho 

Cyrus G mill op 

Sarah E (Smith ho 

Chas E mill op 

*Edward H rest Ashland 
Carl K stu 

Ernest J pi 

Smith, Louise A (Wilson 

44 Highland 

*RoseC tr 

36 Maple, Springfield, Mass 

Roscoe F glove fact 

Thomas M cl 

Smith, Roscoe F glove fact 


Mary E (Knowles ho 

Bernard R pi 

Andrew R 

Smith, Mary V (Hartt No 1 
Lottie J 

Jared A planing mill 

*D Frank car & far 

Mary F trav sales 

Andrew L car 



*C H manual training sch 
Auburn, N Y 

Ida F (m Worthen 
Smith, J A mfg house finish 


Martha T (Thompson 

Lewis P stu 

Smith, Warren A far Quiucy 

Mary F (Moses-Daniels^ 
Smith, Cyrus G miller 

Minnie (May ho 


Ren a 

Smith, Frank H lab No 1 

Ida M (Cayes ho 

Lillian A 

Hazel M pi 

Smyth, R E cashier Nat bank 

5 Highland 

Amelia P (Handy ho 

Blanch B (m Smith 

*Arthur L bank teller 


Spauldiug, Jas far No 1 

Lena (Toodreau ho 

Frances H pi 

Spaulding, E O far Langdon 

Elmiua (Brown ho 

Alice C tr 

Ethel R (m Sherburn 
Spaulding, Phebe A 
Spaulding, Geo D mill op 

Florence (Field ho 

Spencer, Silas M far 

Lydia J (Heath ho 

*Fannie M (m Greeley 

*Eva L (m Tewksbury 


Spencer, L A far No 1 

Mabel A (McQuesten ho 
Archie M pi 

Marion E pi 

Harry H pi 

Leon L 
Lillian M 

Spicer, John N lab 

Stafford, J \\^ hotel & res 


Stairr, W car No Main 
May villa (Ross 

Stanley, Alfred supt pulp mill 
Mary (Board man 
Robert stu 

Herbert stu 

Agnes stu 

Richard stu 

Mary pi 

Wyman pi 

Elizabeth pi 

Stearns, Wilber So Main 

fire claim agt B & M R R 

Lois B (Elliott ho 

Stebbins, Betsy (Maniug ho 
12 Russell 

Stone, Geo C druggist 

Mabel J (Sayer ho 



Straw, Lyman E lab 1 

Straw, Elbridge B far No 2 
Mary F (Swain ho 

Perley J pi 

Sullivan, John 

Sullivan, Jos D lab Pleasant 
Catherine (Houghton ho 

Sutherland, Alexander far 

Calista (Sherburn ho 

Sutherland, R team Winter 
Martha (Sanborn 
Aretus J pi 

Christine B pi 

Sweeney, Wm cash glove shop 


Swett, S retd 33 Pleasant 
Marcia A (Smith ho 

Mynetta J (m Mitchell 
Andrew F cond B & M R R 
*Eleanor J (m Clifford 

* Wesley S eng 

72 Nevada, Newton ville. Mass 

Swett, A F car B & M R R ser 
29 Langdon 
Elizabeth (Champon 
Hazelle E pi 

Harold R 

Taylor, W P 


Alice M (Robinson 
Taylor, Mary E (Randall 

No Main 

*Daniel L lab Bristol 

*Grover C lab Bristol 

John stu 

Annie E (m Amsden 

Tenney, Clara B (Brown Main 

*Maud L (m Watkins ho 

Plymouth, Mass 

Ava B mach op 

Lizzie A mach op 

Clesen H stu 

Tenney, David far Highland 

Anna M (French ho 

Thibadeau, C R R ser Bridge 

IvaB (Whitcher 

Jessie E pi 

Thibadeau, L brick mkr 

3 Bridge 

Eva G (Bacon ho 

*Mattie M (m Peters 

Wilder, Vt 
Sadie A (m Chandler 
Eva J (m Peavy 
Chas S R R ser 

Plorence E peg mill 

Thompson, John A mill op 

Flora A (Powers ho 

*Eva J (m Cushing 

13 South, Nashua 
*Maud E (m Shack way 




John H mill op 

Ethel F (m Cushin«i: 
James H mill op 

Grace J peg mill 

Dulcie E stu 

Georgie A stu 

Thompson, Geo M stable 

12 Winter 
Catherine (Moultou 
Marion E 

Thompson, Chas fore fact 

33 Merrill 

Emma J (Hiller ho 

Thompson, C barber 27 Main 

Til ton, C O concrete paver 

31 Thurlow 

L S (Sawyer ho 

Laura M p] 

Timpson, John lab 

Lois (Thorn 

John Jr pi 

Ella p] 

Lois pi 

Wm pi 

Tollen, F P mill op Foster 
Annie E (Avery ho 

Trainer, Jack car 

Trow, Jos A far No 1 

Hattie G (Harriman ho 
Henry G stu 

Tucker, Edw S stu 28 Hijrh'd 

Tupper, Wm H retd 

Mary E (Lowd ho 

Chas E lab 

Ralph R 
George G M 

R R ser 
51 Elm, Nashua 

Vinton, John far Rumney 
Mahalah J (Brown ho 

*John H far Colebrook 
Fred C lab 

Albert C lab 

Eddie lab 

*Belle C (m Patterson 

Chicago, III 

Vittum, Orrin far 1 

Etta C (Seavey ho 

Georgia ho 

Ella V N stu 

Howard C pi 

Vontell, Henry lab So Main 
Esther M (Shontell 
Henry J R lab 

Annie (m Marden 
Joseph lab 

Josephine M (m Cayes 

Vontell, H J lab So Main 
Hattie (Sawyer ho 

William J 


Wade, G P mill op 11 Russell 
Clara D (Wilcox ho 

WmN pi 



Walbrido-e, C E cont Tleast 

Mary S (Sargent ho 

Walker, Wm F stone mas 

102 Pleast 

Bessie M (m Brown 

Margie L (Dearborn ho 

Albert M pi 

Mary N 

Chas L 

Leonard Merrill stu 

Wallace, C L Pearl 

Grace S (Montgomery 
Wallace, J B & M car inspec 
Ward, Geo N far 

*Julia B (m Barron Tilton 

Mattie J (m Avery 

Florence (m Pierce 

*Mae E (m Leroy Rumney 

*GeorgieF lab Holderuess 

*Esther (m Lobdel 


Hattie L ho 

Ward, Jas far No 

Flora E (Lougee ho 

Laura A (m Downing 

* Alice C (m Sanborn 

Foxboro, Mass 
Washburn, Amelia (Shuman 

*Carl D mail carrier 

Franklinville, N Y 

Wallace E mill op 

Dessa M tr normal school 
Way, Bert D mill op 

Margaret (Scott ho 

Anna M 

Walter B 
Weeks, Fred P Weeks 

Cora L (Park ho 

Webber, Bessie (Wllley ho 

John P 

Ida M 
Webster, Winifred A 
Wells, Hiram F far 

Linnie A (Hunt ho 

Wells, Fred S cl No Main 

Myrtie E (Hills ho 

Thelma E 
Weutworth, A F law Pleas 

Blanche M (Plaisted 

Roger S pi 

Wescott, Fred R R ser Bridge 

Edna E (Twombly ho 

Raymond H pi 

Beta A 
Wheeler, Sadie M (Ball ho 

Men ill 

Edith L (tn Ellis ho 

Ethel G 

Herbert L car 

Guy G mill op 

Daisy F 

Hazel M pi 

Wheeler, Hazel pi 

Wheeler, Danl B ])tr No Main 

A Annie (Howe ho 

Una Mae 

Leslie C stu 



♦White, Frank L billiard mf^ 
40 Ber^iu, Brooklyn, N Y 

*Clias W marble dlr 

Palmer, Mass 

*John W mill op Ossipee 
White, Richard lab Winter 

Annie (Connor ho 

White, Cora E (Sutton dr mkr 


Edwin G tel inspector 

Alfred H fore tel lineman 
White, A H lineman Crawford 

Mamie C (Edgerley ho 

Irene E 
W^hittemore, H H far 

Alma (Harriman 

Carl W RED mail car 

Raymond stu 

Whity, James mill op 

Wiggin, J F retd 

cor Lano^ & High 

Lizzie (m Nutting 
Williams, Gordon glove cutter 
Willis, F C hotel Russell 

*Lyman C Chicago, 111 

♦Harriet (m Worten 


Allen S medical etu 

Willoughby,G D mop op Main 

Nellie M (O'Donnell 
Willoughby, E E cl High 

Helen M (Jeweler 

Florence J stu 

Earle B pi 

Doris H pi 

Wilson, Clinton Cong pastor 
G Summer 
Mary D (Donnelly 
Clinton D stu 

John P stu 

Arthur E pi 

Wood, Elmer J eng Pleas 
Emma E (Tonrtillott 
A Ira on G tel op 

Harry F R R ser 

Blanche E pi 

Woodbury, H S s s o-) Main 
Ida M (Xeisoii 
Gladys D stu 

Woodman, AW dentist Russell 
Martha F (French 
Chas L pi 

Roger F pi 

George B 

Wright, Chas C PM 

cor Winter & Pleas 

Myra A (Adams ho 

Edji'ar C stu 


Yea ton, Geo W far No 1 

Yeaton, J S far No 2 

Dora El (Avery ho 

E C Stand Oil team 

Ethel M ho 

Yeaton, Edw C 31 Thurlow 

aat Stand Oil Co 


Bessie E (Blaod ho 

Romenia M 
York, Catherine (Fadden ho 
*0ris8a (m Atwood 

Effie ho 

You no, F P R R ser Main 

Winnie M 

Frank P 

Dorothy M 
You no-, Otis retd Warren 

Registered Pharmacist 

We carry the usual articles found in a Drug (Store. If we 
havent it we will get it, if it isn't right we will make it right 



Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and Rubber Goods 
Bicycle Supplies. Souvenirs a specialty 

Center Sandwich N. H, 

Campton Census 

Note:— Where no post office address is given Campton is 
understood. Other post offices are abbreviated thus: Ply- 
mouth — Ply; Squam Bridge — Sq'm Br; West Campton — West 
R. F. D. routes are indicated by number of the route iuilowing 
the post office name from which they emanate. 


mill op 



Ply 3 


Adams, Jas H 

C Etta (Kilburn 
Mildred H 

Adams, A L far 

Isabel V (Sanborn 
Josephine E H 

Adams, Wm H P M, mer & far 
Sarah F (Cook ho 

Helen E tr nurse 

Marion F nurse 

Ida E asst P M 

Ames, D W far Ply RED 
* Jennie K (m Durgin 

*Thomas G hostler Ply 
*Warren far Holderness 
Flora E (m Page 
*Emily R (m Avery 

Fisher car 

Ames, H A far Ply 

Ames, Wm far Sq'm Br 

Elizabeth (Cam 





*Ethel M (m — 




Sarah J 


Henry M 


Willie J 





Appleton, Jean H (Condell 

Ply 5 

Archibald, H B pap mi 

11 boss 



Effie M (Morse 


Stanley L 


Merton A 


Agnes M 

Atkinson, I E far 



Lucy H (Bump 


Avery, Lewis F 


Stella M (Smith 


Maurice W 

Avery, B H stone cutter 





Clara L (Chase bo 

Exie A 
Avery, Jas S far Ply 3 

Henrietta (Rutherford ho 

Lester M far 

Avery, Stephen far West 

Chas M far 

Avery, Chas M far West 

Everett K car & far 

*Ruth M (m Clark 


Cyntha B (m Avery 
Avery, Emma C (Rowe ho 
The Maples, West 

William B tel collector 

Lewis F car 

Avery, Lewis F car West 

Ada M (Bump ho &. tr 
Avery, Chas F far West 

Cyntha B (Avery ho 

Avery, H C lab West 

Flora E (Hodgson ho 

Avery, W B tel collector West 

Mary E (Emerson ho 

Ralph E pi 

Minnie L pi 

Avery, Frank A far Ply 5 

Addie M (Batchelder 

ho & dr mkr 

*Herbert L far Ellsworth 

*Nettie A (m Rodgers 


*Blanch M (m Bailey Ply 

*Bessie M (m Welch ho 

Harold W far 

Avery, Mark F far Ply R F D 

Avery, S M far & car Ply 5 

Martha J (Moody ho 

*E M R R inspector Ply 

El no L blk 

Elvira M pi 

Her m on M pi 

Avery, Newell far Ply 5 

Elizabeth A (Pease ho 

Smith M far & car 

*IdaJ(mBerry Meredith 

*Georgia P (m Kitrell ho 


*Susie M cook Ply 

Avery, Mark F far Ply 5 

Divorced wife 

Elver M stu 

Avery, Reuben L far Ply 5 

A Ellen (Truell ho 

*Lilla M (m Nelson Ply 1 


Babbitt, Edw N far West 

Anna M ( ho 

Bacon, Chas L lab Ply 5 

Baker, Asenath H (Scates ho 

William E drug 

Baker, William E drug 

Sadie M (Dunn ho 

Stella L pi 
Clara B 

Barry, E H retd far Ply 1 



Helen W (Tyler ho 

*Emma H (m Hooper 


*W E car Seabury, Me 

*Chas F ladder round mkr 


*Caroline A (m Hopkins 

Cliftondale, Mass 
Francis C mill op 

Batchelder, Alice M (Tuttle 

ho Ply 3 

Viola J pi 

Mabel E pi 

Violletta T pi 

Bell, Ed far & team 

Asa lab 

*Mamie (m Ormon ho 


Debie V ho 

Davie pi 

Benton, Martha E (Nichols 

Henry T far 

Berr3% Wm H far Ply 5 

Mary H (Sanborn ho 

Eldred V far 

Mildred R tr 

Berry, E V far Ply 5 

Florence G (Savage ho 

Blaisdell, J C 

carg & slei,^h bus 
*Ellen M (ni Dearbon 

Winchester, Mass 

Martha A stenog 

Blaisdell, J M far Ply 3 

Julia A (Hall ho 

Edith M tr 

Blaisdell, Geo F jeweler 

Ply R F D 

Bowlen, John lab Ply 5 

Braley, C H lab Ply 3 

Brown, Alex blk 

Jane (Littlefield ho 

Brown, Geo O far Ply RED 

Alice J (Roberts ho 

Amy M (m Hill ho 

Irving H tr 

Brown, Henry H far Ply 4 

Ella J (Colby ho 

* Walter S mill op 

Holyoke, Mass 

Mattie F (mBump Ply 3 

Carrie A (m Foss 

Brown, Walter H Ply 4 

Brown, Sarah A ho Ply 

Buck, Edwin C far Ply 5 

Bump, Geo H car 

Leonie N (Caldon ho 

Bump, Nancy J (Hutchins 

ho & nurse Ply R F D 

Ada M (m Avery West 

Curtis G car West 

Waldo J far 

Bump, Waldo J car Ply 

Ethel M (Ames ho 

Bump, John F far Ply RED 

Burbank, James lab Ply R FD 

Buzzell, A S Bapt Clerg 

Florence E (Poland ho 



•Florence M (m Holton 

Fitehbur^, Mass 
*Vinnie E (m Place 

North Troy, N Y 

Caldoii,RF far & mill op 

FraDces A (Downing ho 

Herbert F pi 

Blanche K pi 

Arthur N pi 

Caldon, Catherine M ho 

Cameron, Oscar A mill &lumb 

Florence A (Currier ho 

Claud H pi 

Perley C 

Carlton, Marv A ho 

Carroll, Geo lumb 

MyrtieA(Ford ho 

Lei a E pi 

Carter, Julia M (Webster ho 

Blanche A pi 

Chase, Mary ho West 

Chase, WniE lab Ply R F D 

Eldora J (Corliss ho 

Willie J pi 

Chase, Geo W far Ply R F D 

Lizzie C (Palmer ho 

Chas G lab 

Clara L (m Avery 

Yolney R lab 

Addie M pi 

Parley A pi 

Chase, F H 

house finish & wood wrk 
Mabel A (Batch elder ho 
Lewis T stu 

Bertha Mae stu 

Gladys P pi 

Arthur F pi 

Ruth F 

Cheney, Henry A team 

Susie M (Drake ho 

Marion pi 

Lyle pi 

Milo H pi 

Bert L pi 


Cheeney, Harry A phy & sur 
Sarah A (Brooks ho 

S A pi 

Childs, FA Ply R F D 

real est agt, sum res 

Clark, Clara A (Howla.nd ho 

Ply 3 

*Wilber P quarry man 

Graniteville, Vt 

Walter M lineman 

*Nettie J (m Tenney 

Bert H yardman 

Edward T stone wrk 

Clark, Bert H yardman Ply 3 
Belle B (Perry ho 

Veranus Y pi 

Marion C pi 



Clark, Elmer E lab Ply 5 
Antney E pi 

William B pi 

Clark, Auu M (Bartlett ho 
Willie B mill op 

Coffin, Geo W far Ply 3 
EfiiilyJ (Clark ho 

Herbert W far 

Harry S mill man 

Coffin, Herbert M far Ply 3 
Ida E (Downing ho 

Coffin, Edwd E far Ply 5 
William H mill op 

Chas F far 

Nathan G far 

Coffin, Nathan G far Ply 5 
MyrtieE (Walla(^e lio 

Coleman, Harriet M ho Ply 5 

Cone, M B retd mer 

Constantine, Hattie I West 

Cook, Geo W far Ply RED 
Mary E (Moulton ho 

*Theresa H (m Avery 

Del mar M ho 

Cook, Sarah M (Merrill Ply 5 
*HermanB Uoxbury,Mass 
liv & sale stable 
* A If red M market 

Nellie R ho 

*JennieL dr mkr Roxbury 
Edward H far 

*Clarence K liv cV: s stable 

Lucy E milliner 

Cook, Nelson B lab 

Eva M (Hackett ho 

Corliss, H H eng Ply R F D 

Lilla E (Stevens ho 

Hazel V 
Corliss, F K mill op Ply R F D 

Daisy (Pierce ho 

Harold S pi 

Corliss, Elizabeth A (Harvey 

Fred K mill op 

Hiram H en^ 

Cross, Harry E mill op 

Cross; Edith B stu 

Crowell, Marilla M (Brown 

Ply R F D 

*Frank L millman Ply 

*Nellie J (m Stevens 


Fred H far 

Crowell, Fred H far Ply RED 

M Emma (Burnham ho 
Curlier; Willard P far Ply 3 

Annie A (Merrill ho 


Davis, M N real est & ins Ply 5 
Lucy (Greenwood ho 

Timothy decorator 

Dearbon, Harry F mill op 
Lela A ho 

Frank E 
Clarence S 



Dearbon, C W retd 

Mary A (Rexford ho 

*Le\Yis E far Laconia 

*Clarence car Laconia 

Dearbon, Barron O far 

EttaM fBunip bo 

Warren J car 

*Leonard R car 

487 West 135tb, N Y 

Derosia. Hattie ho West 

Dole, Flora E (Hoyt ho 

Dole, Sarah E (Blair ho 

Dole, Moody C woolen mfr 

Lillian F (Merrill ho 

Erastus stu 

Florence E stu 

Roland J pi 

Olive L pi 

Sarah E pi 

Dorothy E pi 

Dolloff, John lab 

Orissa M (Lyford ho 

Myrtie A (m Drake 

Eva L pi 

Downinj^, John H far Ply 3 

Christiana E (Palmer ho 

*Sidney F sta agt Lincoln 

Lottie M ho 

Alphonso F stu 

Downinfi', Aj^nes M pi 

Downing:, Edith E ho 

Drake, William lab 

Myrtie A (Dolloff ho 

Moxine V 

Drew, Cyrus W car 

Lura L (Mitchell ho 

*Grace E (m Brock 


Dunklee, C E (Ferris West 
*Roxa I (ra Merrill 

Seth E pi 

Durgin, V G Ply 5 

fish & meat dlr 

Ella M (Foss ho 

Harry A fish & meat dlr 

Paul's pi 

Dustin, Jos lab Ply 1 

Mary (Plant ho 

*Mary (m Gilbert Lisbon 
*Chaslab Farmiugton, Me 
*Lena (ra Putman Lisbon 
Frank lab 

*Almedia (m Dresden N B 
*Daisy (tn Como N B 

*Maud (ra Savage 

Somerville, Me 

*Ethel (m Shea ho Ply 

John lab 

Joseph pi 

Leon pi 

Dustin, Frank pi Ply R F D 

Dustin, Norman pi 

Elliott, Jerusha P (Bo.yington 
*Carrie H (m Elliott 




Annie L (m Spauldin^-Lee 
Elliott, Albert J pant cutter 
*Lela M (ra Everett 


Mary B (Stonecliffe ho 

Elliott, John far 

Martha (Nichols ho 

*Alice H (m Dow Ashland 

*John M weaver Ashland 

Grove C mill op 

Walter weaver 

Maud ho 

Elliott, Henry C far 

Elliott, John far 

*Alice H (m Dow Ashland 

*John weaver Ashland 

Grover C lab 

Walter W weaver Enfield 

*Maud C ho Ashland 

Martha (Benton ho 

Elliott, Flora A ho R F D 

Evans, N far Pl.y RED 

Caroline M (Taylor ho 

*Elmer E far Rumney 

Chester L far 

*Nellie M (m Ames 

*Elnora (m Caldon 


•Gertrude M (m Campbell 


Evans, A A (Scates ho 

Ewins, Geo S lab Ply 3 

Abbie K (Keniston ho 

J Scott 


Ferris, Cora E (Lanj2:ley West 

Maud R (m Werden ho 

Plymouth R F D 

*Hallie E (m Werden ho 


*John H lab 

The Dalles, Oregon 

Fisher, Ora F far West 

Mary G (Spokesfield ho 

Flanders, Mary E (Greene 


Fifield, H M mer 

Lucia M (Foss ho 

Lena pl 

Elizabeth pl 

Fifield, Maria D ho 

Fifield, Geo F stage driver 


*Chas F R R agt 

Chelsea, Mass 

Fogg, Mary ( 

Frank W el 

Fogg, Nellie R (Moses ho 

No Ply, R F D 

Frank M lab 

Willie M lab 

Foss, Esther A (Hannaford 

Walter E O liv manager 
Foss, Walter E O livery 



Gertrude L (Fonda 


Gilraan, Joseph H 


Leslie E 


Gertie A (Simpson 


Foss, David P 


Harry M 


*Wiiiifred J 

Harvey P 



Ernest W 


Ida M (Mnnill 


Gilmau, Harvey P 


Foss, Laura, K 


AddieE (Philbrick 


Foss, Winfield lab 

Ply 4 

Goodwin, H W ptr & pap hgr 

Carrie A (Brown 


Mary E (Avery 


Foss, Estella J bo 

Ply 5 

Goeley,'FJ lab & team West 

Foster, Mary A (Avery 


Lillian M (Micleen 


Fox, Ella (Keudrick 


Green, Geo 

bk kpr 

French. John N 


Grace (Bronson 


Nettie S (Green 



Marcia J 


French, H A lumb & 



Nellie E (Taylor 


Lee W 


Hadley, Chas M nijiht watch 

Wayne H 



^RF D 



Emma F (Dow 


Galligher, Wm J lab 

Hazel B (Smith ho 

Irene I 

Garland, Louisa (Aver}' Ply 5 
D Jennie (m Berry 
*Sarah L (m Spokesfield 

Henry R far 

Garland, Henry R far Ply 5 
Cora B (Rowe ho 

Lawrence H pl 


Hall, Albert far Ply 5 

Eliza J (Blaisdell ho 

*Susie J (m McKeen 

501 Cherry, Anaconda, Mon 

Perley A far 

Hall, P A far Ply 5 

Ida M (Smith ho 

Hall, Geo W s s op Ply RED 

*Ida M boss in eating ho 

36 Washington, 

Haverhill, Mass 

*G A car Lawrence, Mass 

Hall, Frank W mill man 



Myrtie L (Pettengill ho 
Clarence A pi 

Gertrude E pi 

Hannaford, John S far Pl^^ 1 
Ljdia (Clark ho 

Hanscorab, Geo W lab Fly 3 
Nellie R (Fogf? ho 

Walter G mill op 

Edith M (m Willoughby 
Annie B ho 

* Eunice M (m 


Harrington, N W Bapt clerg 

Martha C (Cook ho 

Gertrude L pi 

Edith Alberta pi 

E Viola pi 

Hart, V P car & far 

Esther E (Willey ho 

Harvey, Elizabeth A 


Hawkins, W A far 

Beach Hill, Ply 5 

Sarah J (Worthen ho 

Leon A stu 

Julia E stu 

Hildreth, Mary E far Ply 5 
Pauline stu 

Beatrice stu 

C Dewey pi 

Merle W pi 

Gloyra p] 

Joyce pi 

Malcolm D pi 

Helen E 

John R 
Hill, Lucy G (Grant ho Ply 5 

Fred G far 

Hill, Fred G far Ply 5 

Amy M (Brown ho 

Maurice I 
Hodsdon, A J retd soldier 

Christina I (Avery ho 

Holmes, Willie B mill op 

Ella M (Steele ho 

Scott S mill op 

Homans, Sarah A retd nurse 
Huckins, Annie D ho Ply 5 
Huckins. F E lab Ply RED 
Hussey, John W far Ply 5 

*Martha D ho 

Stoughton, Mass 

Oliver B far 

Myra E (Clement ho 

Norman C 
Hussey, Oliver B far Ply 5 

Delia M (Jesseman ho 

Ivan D pi 

Esther F 
Hutchins, Emma J (Elliott 

Ply R F D 

*Myrtie C (Sanborn 


*N K mill op Rumney 

Lydia E (m Goodwin 

Cieora M (ra Comstantire 

Chauncy R far 



Archie E 


Garaphelia H (Hill ho 

Bertha M 

table fiirl 

*Elizabeth A (n> Colby 

Earle W 


Islaud Pond, Yt 

Vera V 


John A far 

Anneta P 



*lda H (m Faden 

No Woodstock 
Stella B (m Wingood 

JesBaman, Geo C far AVest 
Ardella M (in Hussey 
Leon W medical stu 

Jesseman, Harry W lab 

Arthur F pl 

Johnson, Frank mill op Ply 5 
Mabel (ra Richards 
Emily (Dearbon-Marviu 

Johnson, Chas W far Ply 5 
Lucy L (Wheat ho 

*Ellen M (m Fisk 


Johnson, C W mer & far 

Johnson, Chas far West 

Jones, Daniel mill wrioht 

Joselyn, Mary ho Ply R F D 


Kelley, John A far 


Alice M (Faden 


Ralph W 


Hazel A 


Cedrie P 

Kelley, Henry far 

Ply 5 



Kendrick, Lewis 

Ella A ( m Fox 

Minnie (m Smith 

*Frank R R ser 

*Bertha (m Vaile 

Franklin Falls 

*Lawrence cook Concord 

Marshall far 

Kendrick, M D far Ply RED 

Lizzie (m Wallace ho 

Kendrick, N P lab Ply RED 

Keniston,'E H far Ply R F D 

Laura J (Hart ho 

Abbie K (m Ewins 
Knovvles, John retd 

Olive A (Chadwick ho 

*Lillay (m Wallace 


*S A box mkr Franklin 

*Ella F (m Hersey 

Somerville, Mass 

*Emma M (m Pierce 

Hastinos, Mass 

*Geo E R R ser Concord 



Lee, Walter I tel mo;r 

Aunie L (Spauldio^ ho 

Leavett, H W far Ply R F D 

Libby, Frank V lumb 

Margiaret (DuuigaD ho 

Little, J C o-raii) dlr 

Aonie S (Shaw ho 

Webb Btu 

George E stu 

Lovett, Andrew J lab 

Elizabeth (Downing 

Lovett, Simon retd Ply 5 

Leucas, Mary J (Leavitt ho 
Ply R F D 

Lyford, Henry D lab 

Dorothy B pi 

Colby R pi 


Maxwell, CW far Ply R F D 
Elsie M (Proctor ho 

Boyd R pi 

Lura J pi 

Marion V pi 

Warren E pi 

Clinton E pi 

AviH M 
Bernard A 

McCann, Jas far Ply 5 

Mabel (m Palmer ho 

MeCormack, L stone mas 

Ply 4 

Ella M (Anips ho 

Nellie M pi 

Albert L pi 

Edith K pi 

Chas P pi 
Scott A • pi 

Clarence J pi 
Josephine R 

McCoy, Albert A Inmb 

Marcelia (Lawton ho 
*Anna M (m Beede 

Lowell, Mass 

Archibald D L lab 

Ella M nurse 

Lee R pi 
Raymond R bk kpr 

McNeil, John lumb 

Mary T (Robie ho 
Sarah C 

Merrill, Moses W far 
Almira H (Southward ho 

Merrill, Ralph E saw mill op 

Maud A (Shepherd ho 

Ruby R pi 

Merrill, F E far Ply 8 

Gertrude (Little ho 

Everett F pi 

Laura F pi 

Geo H pi 

Hat tie L pi 
Leslie B 
Bertha G 

Merrill, SamlE lab Ply 3 

Merrill, Annie A (Leavitt ho 

Ply 3 



*Mary L (m McKensy 

Bert G lab 

Merrill, Ann M bo Ply 3 

Merrill, Jas F far Ply 3 
Harriet A (Worthen ho 
Mary L (m Webster 

Merrill, H F far Ply 5 

I^aviMa (Clark bo 

Maud F bo 

Merrill, Cbas E far Ply 5 
Ida A (Mitchell bo 

Meckliu, William far West 
Rose (Plaut bo 

Orrin R R ser 

Bert lab 

Richard pi 

Lilla (m Gasely 

Micklen, Bert W mill op 

Eva S (Ferrin ho 

Micklen, Orrin R R ser West 
Baslon pi 

Joseph M pi 

Mina T pi 

Mitchell, Geo E cl Ply 3 

Morrill, Henry L far 

Mertie R (Dunklee ho 

Hazel E stenog 

Pearl E stenog 

Henry F asst mill op 

Morrill, Elizabeth P 

(Southmayd ho 
Harry W car 

Morrison, E L lab Ply RED 

Morrison, Lewis R sta agt 
L R (Clifford ho 

Gladys P pi 

Ellison K pi 

Morrison, M a reel! a M (Coldon 

Moses, David M far Ply 3 
Albertena M (Higgins ho 

Moulton, F M fai- Ply RED 
Louisa M (Fellows ho 

* Henry A far Holderness 
*Natbaniel F lab Hanover 
*Luelwell S lab Hanover 
*Augustus V car Ashland 
Beuj A lab 

Myrtie M ho 

Moulton, Wilson N car West 
AbbieC(Ward ho 

Myrtie A (m Webster 

Ply R F D 
Arthur W eng 

Moulton, Darius mer West 
Julia A (Ordway ho 

Alice M (ni Young 

Moulton, F L blk W'est 
*Linnie M (m Miles ho 

Barton Landing, Vt 
*Geo I piano shop op 

Barton Landing, Vt 
Clara F (Randall ho 

Ella B (ni Bagley 

Clarence L car 

Bessie L ho 

Moulton, Dustin mer 



Julia A (Johnson ho 
Llewellyn D nier & far 

Murr.y, Esther A (Fosh ho 

Newton, Geo far Ply 3 

Liila V (Guild ho 

Belle G tr 

Ethel V 8tu 

Norseworthy, Job J lab Ply 3 

Osoood, E 

tel aset 

Pajre, Reuben D far Ply RED 
*Frank C needle shop op 
Franklin P'alls 
Fred H car 

Chas H millwria;ht 

Flora E (Ames ho 

Christie D stu 

Alice F p] 

Paov, O M far Ply R F D 
Nettie S (Blaisdell 

ho & dr nikr 
Nettie M asst dr mkr 

Page, Willard C far Ply 1 
Ada M (Robeits ho 

*EthelR(m Bowles 
Albert W far 

Herbert E far 

Blanche M ho 

Harris L pi 

Elmore J pi 

Wesley C pi 

Page, S T far Ply 3 

Asenath W (Young 
*Nel8on D team & far 

Cook, Cal 
Cora L ho 

*Theodore L switchman 
Somerville, Mass 
William F lab 

Palmer, Mabel (McCanu ho 
Richard L pi 

Ellen M pi 

James C pi 

Palmer, C P far Ply 5 

Hannah H (Pease ho 

Lorin C lab 

Leslie W far 

*Lottie M (m Yeaton 

San born ville 
Christina E (m Downing 
Daisy G (m Brown 

Pattee, Georgia A (Brown 

Ply RED 
Geo D far 

*Chas H el Mexico 

Pattee, John W C ptr 

Charlotte G (Polley ho 

*Ralph J phy & sur 

Central Ave, Dover 

*Asa L phy & sur 

Falmouth, Mass 



Fanny K (m Foss 
Peabody, Wm far Ply U F D 
Percy, Arthur S far Ply 5 
Perkins, Anna P (Adams ho 

Ply 5 

Gertrude P (m Littlefield 
Boston, Mass 
Perkins, Ransou blk 

Susan F (Cogswell ho 

Pettengill, Augusta J (Porter 

Clarence O hotel prop 

Myrtle L (rn Hall 
Pettengill, C O hotel prop 

Nellie M (Baldwin ho 

Chas H hotel cl 

Ramsey A pi 

Philbrick, Byron J mill op 

C Winifred (Russell ho 

Addie E (m Gilman 
Pierce, Caroline M (Foss ho 
Plaisted, Wm S far Ply 3 

Emma B (Rodgers ho 

Ethel M ho 

Frederick K 
Plummer, J H far & liv sta 

Nellie R (Russell ho 

Carrie E (m Royce 
Prescott, Annie F (Fish ho 

Frank M barber 

Grover Cleveland lab 

Pulsifer, Thos S far Ply R F D 

John M far 

Pulsifer, J M far Ply R F D 

Laura S (Worthing ho 

Alice C stu 

Ruth E pi 

Roy S pi 

Bertram W 

Pulsifer, Isabelle W (Draper 
ho Plyl 
*FloraL (m Smith 

*Joseph W far Holderness 
Geo E far 

Pulsifer, Geo E far Ply R F D 
Lizzie G (Pulsifer ho 

Blanche E pi 

Pulsifer, W C far Ply 5 
Clara J (Worthen ho 

Fred E far 

Maud L stu 

Pulsifer, Chas W far Ply 5 
Willard C far 

Lizzie G (m Pulsifer route 1 


Quimby, Lenora B (Eaton ho 
James L car & stone wk 
*Geo M car Concord 
*Virna A (m Sanborn 

LoisM (m Nichols Ctr Har 

Quimby, Jas L car West 
Helen B (Constantine ho 
Robert S pi 




Rompey, Jeff far Ply 5 

Harriet (Bill ho 

Ida ho 

Jeff J lab 

Peter P lab 

Josie H pi 

John J pi 

Harriet H pi 

Albert J pi 

Hazel P 

Rompey, Prosper lab Ply 5 
Ida J (Youn^ ho 

Edith M (m Plant Rte 1 
Joseph lab 

Eugene G pi 

Edward pi 

Rice, V S far Ply R F D 
Mary D (Morrison ho 

Gwendolyn L 

Rice, Jas B far Ply R F D 
Caroline (Shaw ho 

*H B team Boston, Mass 
Willard M lab 

Robie, Sam'l P excelsior mill 
Effie L (Cross ho 

Robie, Sarah J ho 

Robie, Anna ho 

Robie, Ella (Glamo Ply R F D 
*John lab Woodsville 

Robilee, Edward lab 

Ronan, Harry A fore lurab Co 

Addie G (Varney ho 

Rowe, Joseph T far West 

Ellen C (Moulton ho 

Royce, E G prin high school 

Carrie E (Plummer ho 
Russell, Carlton J team 

Florence M (Woodbury 

Lillian A stu 

Sanborn, Isabel V (Gormley 

Ply 3 
*Minnie (m Bigelow 

Leander J lab 

Sanborn, F S team Ply 3 
Anna M (Smith ho 

Sanborn, Asenath H (Baker 
Stella L (m Thurston 

Sanborn, Nettie D (Cone ho 

Sanborn, Clyde C 

Saunders, John M cook 

Henrietta (Parker ho 

JohnE lab 

Nina M mill op 

Clara M ho 

Sawyer, A H Hillside House 
Emma F (Marden ho 

Shaw, N L far Ply 5 

Mary A (French ho 

•William A lab 

Shepherd, Walter fore R R sec 
Clara E (Elliott ho 



Maud A (m Merrill 

Chas R lab 

Shute, Chas far 

*Lucy F (m Colby 


Simpson, A G 
undertkr, coal del & mail car 
Kate T (Emerson ho 

Adele G ho 

Margaret B stu 

Mildred E pi 

Lawrence A pi 

Smith, Herbert K far Plj 5 

Lucy B (Blaisdell ho 

*Mary (m Crockett ho 

Los Angeles, Cal 

Smith, J Frank far West 

Fannie C (Smith ho 

*Carrie L (m Pearson ho 


Smith, Morrill far 

Nettie (Willey ho 

Wellman I team 

Elsie M ho 

Stella M (ra Avery 

Smith, Frank E far 

Cora E (Pickering ho 

Nora B (m Webster 

Smith, Lucian mill op & far 
Minnie J (Kendrick ho 
•Louise M (m Allen 

*Clara L (m Gordon 

N Woodstock 

Ola G cl 

Hazel B (m Gallagher 
Thomas V pi 

Smith, Walter E mill op 

Jennie R (Smith ho 

Mary A pi 

Smith, Emma C (Priest ho 

Southmayd, Dan'l G 

car & pap hgr 
Frances J (Blaisdell ho 

Southmayd, John W far 

EllaH(Fernn ho 

*F J supt excelsior mill 


Spokesfield, C E lumb West 
Josie E (Hooper ho 

Elizabeth I) 

Spokesfield, Mark far West 
Delia A (Moulton ho 

*H W mach Littleton 
Chas E lumb 

Fred C far 

Spokesfield, Moses C far West 
Sarah L (Garland ho 

Mary G (m Fisher 

Stickney, H E far Ply R F D 
Daisy A (Morgan ho 

Stickney, B Frank far Ply 3 
Laura A (Eaton ho 

Annie E nurse 

Henry E far 

Mary E ho 

Stickney, Sarah (Hodgdon 

Stone, Edwin E far Ply R F D 



Ella L (Pendleton bo 

*EImer cl 

5 Spring, Dorchester, Mass 

Tafft, Will L stone mas Ply 3 

Alice M (Batchelder ho 


Henry A 

Tasker, Elmer H druggist 

Evelyn M (Burleigh ho 

Laura B pi 

Maurice B pi 

Taylor, Geo C far Ply 5 

Amanda T (Harriman ho 

Thompson, Geo lab 

J ulia M (Carter ho 

Thompson, J W far Ply 3 

Marietta (Pike bo 

* Jennie L bk kpr 

Boston, Mass 

*Etta F (m Marston 

Med ford, Mass 

*Marcia A bk kpr 

Boston, Mass 

*L H (m Colsou mach 


*M H far Quincy, Mass 

John W Jr far 

Thurstin, H L 

ptr, pap hgr & car 
LillieM (m Getchell 

Boston, Mass 

Stella L (Baker ho 

Twitchell, Chas F far Ply 5 

Ella J (Walton 'ho 


Van Auken, Ilyf far West 
Van Auken, Cora E (Dunklee 

Varney, Addie G (Hodgman 
Ralph H pi 


Wallace, Jas M far Ply R F D 
Mona L (Elart ho 

Lizzie M (m Kendrick 
Susie A ho 

Wallace, Geo W mill op Ply 3 
Mattie (Rodgers ho & tr 
Sherley M tr 

Walker, Chas artist sum res 
Lizzie (Mitchell ho 

Gertrude (m Woods 



Waters, John R 




Edith E (Nims 


Viola B 


Ernest E 

Watson, John R 



Agnes (Clark 




Webster, Chas 


Ply 3 



Emma G (Avery ho 

Frank far 

Webster, Frank far Ply 3 

Myrtle A (Moulton ho 

Gladys B 

Lillian G 

Webster, Chas A far Ply 3 

Matilda A (Nutting ho 

Sarah S ho 

*Geo A far 

Webster, Geo A far Ply 3 

Mary L (Merrill ho 

Webster, Jason A pi 

Webster, AHred wool sorter 

Lydia M (Wallace ho 

Julia M (m Thompson 

Jason far 

*G W fireman Woodsville 

Pheba L tr 

Webster, Jason far 

Nora E (Smith ho 

Lottie pi 


Werden, L A dentist & far 

Ply 5 
ho & tr 

Maud (Ferris 
Bernice A 
Rowena E 
J Alden 
Helen E 
Herbert C 
Wheelock, John K 

* Walter K R R ser 

217 Ashmont, Boston, Mass 

Willoughby, Alonzo D pl 

Ply 3 

Willoughby, Saml far Ply 3 

Sabriua J (Page ho 

*Hannah R (m 

*Lucy E (m Ellison 


*Luther F far 

No Woodstock 

Boston fire dept 
Clara I (Flyun ho 


Osias M 

Alonzo D 
Willoughby, M far 

Edith (Hanscomb 

Willie AV 

Florence M 

Frank M 
Wilson, Henry A far 
Wilson, Marshall E far Ply 3 

Jerusha A (Moulton ho 

Ply 3 


Ply 5 

Edwin J 


Lyone E 


Wingood, A A far 

Ply 5 

Stella B (Kelly 


Woodward, E S far 

Ply 5 

Alice L (Bennett 


Christina M 


Frank S 


Harold A 


Roberts U 


Helen A 

Wyatt, II D instructor 

sum res Ply 5 

Alice ( ho 

Wright, Harry L pi Ply 5 



York, C W retd Ply 5 

Beach Hill 



The Druggist 

Who keeps and sells everything pertaining to 
the business and more too 


N. E. Telephone Citizens Telephone 


Fancy Groceries, Fruit and Confectionery, Cigars and Tobacco 

Newspapers and Magazines. Latest Sheet Music. Printing 
of all kinds. Ashland's only five and ten cent store 



Undertaker and Funeral Director 

Formerly with H. 0. Moulton 
Both Phones MEREDITH, N. H. 

Census of Holdcttncss 

Note— Where no Post Office address is expressed Holder- 
ness is understood. Other Post Offices are abbreviated thus: 
Plymouth— Plj; Ashland— Ash; Center Harbor— Ctr Har 


Adams, Ella E (B"ox ho Ply 

Henry M lab 

Harry com lab 

Lilla A pi 

Allen, Rev F R sum res 

Alberta (Lewis ho 

Ames, Wm B gardner 

Lizzie (Campbell ho 
*Ethel M (m Bump 


Sadie E stu 

Henry M pi 

Willie pi 

Mabel J pi 

Ames, Warren far Ply 4 

Nellie (Evans ho 

Robert C pi 

Annis, Pearly lab 


Baker, Malora (- 

Ply 4 

Baker, J S far Ash 1 

Clara E (Oilman ho 

*Roxie M (m Thompson 

Leominster, Mass 
Gertrude (m Izart 
*P'lo88ie M (m Brooks 

Wm H far 

Herbert E pi 

Frances L pi 

Fern C T pi 

Baker, M P charge of camp 

Ash 1 
Herman L pi 

M Basil pi 

E Paul pi 

Eleanor A 
Rebecca C 

Barker, Frank E car Ash 1 
Abbie I (Cummings ho 

Balcb, Stephen retd 

Batchelder, Herbert sum res 

*Harriet (Webster ho 

Berwick, Me 

Batty, Leroy mill op Ash 



Bennett, Edward C far 

Horace J far 

•Herbert S far Milton 
*0 E private coachman 
29 Elm, New Haven, Conn 
Elsie A (Glidden ho 

Edna M 

(m Sanborn-Haskell 

Bennett, H J far & sum bdrs 
Francella D (Willoughby 

Benton, Jas A lab Ply 

Hermou lab 

Esther M (m Sanborn 
Ida M (Randolph ho 

Berry, Flora M pi Ply 

Berry, Chas B car Meredith 1 
*Leo J mach Concord 
Ralph H stu 

Clair O pi 

Alice J (P^erry-Butterfield 

Boynton, Noah far Ply 

Sarah A (Smith ho 

•Georgiauna tr nurse 

406 Mass Ave, Boston, Mass 

J Elmer car 

Boynton, F butch & sum bdrs 
Flora B 

( Morrell-Homstead 
Wellington D pi 

Brown, J Irving far 

Martha J (GrifRu ho 

George I miller 

Emma E (m Brown 

Brown, Willard J pi Ash 4 

Brown, Oliver far Meredith 1 
Vianua (Greenleaf 
Javis A lab 

Millie M (m Downey 
Olive W (m Downey 
Chas M lab 

Brown, Elizabeth (Innis Ash 1 
Drusilah (m Thompson 

Burleigh, Curtis G far Ash 1 
Evelyn J (Welch ho 

*Butterfield, C D 

W^ells Beach, Me 
Bessie E 

Buzzel, H S far Ash 1 

Carlton, Asa A far Ply 4 

Estella A (Wyman ho 

Thelma G 

Carr, Florence ho 

Carr, Frances M cl Ply 

Carr, Geo B far 

Ellen (Moody ho 

Carr, AT "^lab Ply 4 

Susie E (m Evans 

Myron P lab 

Mabel tel op Ply 

Nora tel op Ply 

Charlie lab 

Cawley, Elliott mech Ash 1 

*John W broker 

15 State, Boston, Mass 

*Albert B hardware dlr 

Kendleville, Ind 



*Frank T far 

Kendleville, Ind 
Jeniiette M (Esden ho 

Evelyn J (m Burleigh 

Chamberlain, E J ptr 

Ethel M (Varuey 
Fred S mill op 

Lila G pi 

Raymond E pi 

Hazel M 
Bernice C 

Chase, Herbert E far Ply 4 
Nina F (Wilkins ho 

Florence M stu 

Ethel I pi 

Clark, Reginald pi Ash 1 

Clark, Jas W far Ash 1 
Mabel L (Berry ho 

Roydon N lab 

J Frank 

Gertrude G pi 

Maltheno C pi 

Grace M pi 

Connelly, Rev John M Ply 4 
Rebecca M (Male bury ho 
Elsie M stu 

Conner, Eddie pi Ply 

Corthell, A W mech Ply 
Helen A pi 

Lilla M (Rollins-George 

Cox, Melvina (Clark ho 

*Sarah G (m Emery 


Cox, Jas W Hotel Stewart 

Cox, Chas R car 

Ida M (Buzzell ho 

Cox, Miss Sarah J ho 

Cox, Miss Harriet H ho Ash 1 
Cox, Nathan B far Ash 1 

Etta J (Worthing 

sum boarders 

•Florence F (m Carr 
8 Common, Stoneham, Mass 
Cummings, Frank G far Ash 1 

Abbie H (Pease ho 

Abbie I (m Barker 
Currier, Artemus E far 

Hester A (Davison ho 

Curry, J W far Ply 

Victoria A (Orell ho 

David W car 

Curry, Robert P P M 

Cora J (Huntress-Carr 



Dane, C W car Ply 4 

Odessa M (Douglas ho 
George R 
Mary E 

Davison, Chas H far 

Martha (Dennett ho 

Davison, John S sum bdrs 

Central House 

Betsy L (Piper ho 

Jessie B (m Worthen 

Ruby W tr 



Guy stu 

Deselle, Andrew far Ply 1 

Maggie (Driecol bo 

Joseph lab 

Rosie pi 

Willie pi 

Louisa pi 

Dinsmore, Chas car 

Lizzie ( 

Dinsmore, F W mill op Ply 3 

Jennie (Douglass ho 
•Frank A elec con 
Waltham, Mass 

Gladys J stu 

Marion V pi 

Dorey, J B blk 

Lizzie M (Boyce ho 
Gertrude A 

Dorr, H F prop Hotel Asquam 

Abbie (Berry ho 

Carl S hotel 
Edith M (m Nixon 

Dorr, Carl S hotel 
Edith M (Morton 

Downiug, Danl lab Ply 

Ralph pi 

Proctor pi 

Blanche pi 

Drew, Oliver P retd Ply 4 

Downing, F R far Ash 1 

Millie M (Brown ho 
Evelyn C 

Downing, Warren S far Ash 1 
Olive W (Brown ho 

Linuie V 
Downing, Emery B far 

Sarah G (Morse ho 

Drew, Chas F retd Ply 4 
Harry H lab 

*Rena E (m Bartlett 

Marlboro, Mass 

*Eva M ho Farmington 

Drew, Clarence lab 

Drew, Ben] lab Ply 1 

Dutton, Celia M Ply 

Eastman, Danl W far Ash 1 

Emma P (Potter ho 

Elliott, Willie W team Alton 

*Lizzie B (m Elliott Alton 

*Bet8y J (m Malancy 

*Mary E (m Sargent 

W Danbury 

*Luther F team Alton 

*George D far Alton 

*Eliza J (m Brown Quincy 

Elliott, Perley A far 

Ellis, Alfred F 

car & prop Hillside Cottage 

Eliza A (Durkee ho 

*Eulila J manicurest 

14 Mechanic, Allston, Mass 

*Bowman C R R ser 



14 Mechanic, Allston, Mass 
Edith E (ill Long 

Ellis, Geo W Jr car Ply 

Maud A (Small 
Carl A stu 

Flora M pi 

Ellison, Frank W far Ply 1 
Lucy E (Willouohby 

Emerson, Eleanor (Peudexter 

Etta ho 

Rose E 

Etheridge, Lewis far Ashland 
Fannie M (Piper 

Etheridge, Henry sum bdrs 

Susan ( 

Bert lab 

Eth ridge, Lewis far Ash 1 
Fannie (Piper ho 

Evans, Emma (Lee 

* Viola (m Merrill Ply 

*Mary (m Davis Ply 

Olive at home 

Larona ho 

Rodney state malitia 

Evans, Caleb far 

Isabel (Taylor ho 

*Ella E (m Sargent Keene 
*Leander L mech 

G8 S Main, Laconia 
*Alma A (m Sargent Ash 
*Mile>s (J mill op Meredith 
*Marshall C far W Ply 
Moses T far 

*John H elec car 

Lawrence, Mass 

Celma B (m Howe 

Samuel T far 

•Nicholas B R R ser 

Boston, Mass 

Bertie L car 

Evans, Sam T far Ply 4 

Susie M (Carr ho 

i:arl C pi 

Lila M pi 

Blanche N 
Evans, John H far Ply 4 

Elmira C (Cox ho 


Farmar, Arthur far Ply 4 
Jennie R (Richards 
Albert A cl 

Edith M stu 

Felch, Zelda F (Mabury 

Maple Ridge Laundry 
Ferguson, Wm 

Ferry, S H Meredith 1 

Feesenden, Susan S (Snowden 

sum res Ash 1 

Elizabeth M tr Girls Camp 

Winona Fields 

Fitzpatric, Minnie E cook 

Element, Wm A Ply 4 

private coachman 

Isabella (Smith ho 

Mary J stu 



Foes, Ethel L 




Gault, Lewis W lab Plv 4 
•Arthur L US army 

*Geo W com lab Vermont 
*Cora M ho FarmingtoD 
*Clara A Bostou, Mass 
Euos C stu 

Gault, Geo W com lab 

*Cora M (m Bordeau 

*Clara A (m Jenness 
426 Tremont, Boston, Mass 
Carl E pi 

Gay, E F bowling alley 

George, Fred far 

Horence E (Low ho 

Bernice J 

George, Lovell tr 

Segred (Johnson ho 

Vera M pi 

George, Battle ho 

Gilman, Sarah (Merrill Ply 
*Cora A (m Kennett 

Med field, Mass 
Onslow B mill op 

Walter M R R ser 

*Mabel F (m Kingsbury 

19 Astican Rd, 
Forest Hill, Mass 

Glover, Austin lab Ply 4 

Greener, A far Meredith 1 
Anna M (Jones ho 

*Emma L (m Coburn Ply 

Greenleaf, Chas S far Ply 4 
Laura J (Loveland ho 
Horace T butcher 

Rose M ( m Sargent 
AValter L far 

Greenleaf, Horace T lab 

Gertrude (Mudgett ho 

Howard R pi 

Bertha G pi 



Hall, Perley C car 

LidaE (Smith 

Chas G 
Hall, Henry far Ash 1 

Susie (Piper ho 

Ham, A W far Meredith 1 

Elizabeth S (Little ho 

Mildred S 
Haskell, Chas A car 

Edna M (Bennett ho 

Dorothy J pi 

Hawkins, Thom E far Ash 1 
Hawkins, Wilmot far 

Heath, Frank P far Ply 3 

Rose G (Ford ho 

*Cotto L 

chief eng elec power Co 
213-14, Washington, DC 

Lillian H (m Chase 



Rosa F (m Hull 
Helms, Rev Wra H Ash 

Louise ( ho 

Nettie tr 

Auuie pi 

Miua pi 

Henry, Archie J lab 

Hill, Mary L (Langdon' ho 

Hibbard, Geo far 

Hilliard, F M far Meredith 1 

Amy M (m Porter 

Fred W lab 

*Harry L mech Rumney 

*Roscoe E mech Rumney 

*Anna E (m George 

Ctr Har 

Hilliard, John H far Ply 1 

Mabel (Smith ho 

Hodger, Rev Geo sum res 

Julia ( 

Houghton, Mrs M R sum res 

Howe, Abbie (Smith ho 

Howe, John P far 

Mary J (Plaisted ho 

*ChasA mailclB&MRR 

34 Temple, Boston, Mass 

*S P bag mas B & M R R 

Dyer Ave, W Everett, Mass 

Chas Parker 

Mary A pi 

Howe, Allen far Ash 

Clementine (Evens 
I^eon A car 

David P 


Doris I 
Howe, Abbie P (Smith ho 

♦Stephen W supt St light 

7 New Hampshire Ave, 

Haverhill, Mass 

*Orlando G ranch 

*Lucia C (m Sleeper Tilton 
Huckins, Martin far Ply 
Huckins, A A car Ply 4 

Bertha M (Berry ho 

Huckins, Ransom Ply 4 

Harry N druggist 

*Frank far Ply 3 

Huntress, Horace far 

Izart, Jos T lab 


Gertrude (Baker 


J Henry 

Beatrice M 


Jewell, Annie ( 

sum bdrs Mt Livermore Ho 
Abbie (m Pease 

Jewell, Henry B far 

Sarah E (Sargent ho 

*Henry A mill op Ashland 
Frank E car 

Johnson, Harry P lab Ply 
Grace P (Pillsbury 



Johnson, Perley blk Ply 

Mary A (Bailey 

Harry P lab 
Johnson, Melvin H blk Ply 

Maria H (Elliott 

Perley M blk 

Frank M eng 

Johnson, Arthur H car 

Jones, Susan (Piper Ash 1 

Clara (Woodman 


Kendall, Chas S far Ply 
Georgiana B (Malsbury 

Ladd, John S far Ash 1 
Addie M (Smith ho 

Florence M pi 

Edith pi 

Robert S 

I.akeman, Mary R M D 

sum res, Girls Camp, 

Winona Fields 

Langdon, Woodbury F 

Leavitt, Harry E car Ash 
Jennie S (Sargent ho 

Ethel pi 

Guy L 

Leavitt, Chas P far Ash 1 
Albina L (Howe ho 

Long, A C con & bid 

Edith E (Ellis ho 

Lom, Wm B far & car 

Addie ( 


Lewis F 
Lowd, E B far Ply 4 

Abbie A (Higgins 

Myra E s s op 

24:% Winter, 

Newburyport, Mass 


Mabury, Abigail (Bulmer 

*Sarah D (in Bulmer 
Saranakee, New Zealand 

Zelda F (m Felch 
Marden, Geo W far 

Adelaide (Greenleaf ho 

*Auneta(ni Foid Meredith 

*Hannah J (ni 


*Bertha M (m Allan Mass 

*Mark K elec car ser 

Maiden, Mass 

*Anna Bell (m Perkins 


Marsh, F O far Ash 1 

Lizzie M (Blacklej' ho 

Marston, Sam E far 

Mary (Corliss ho 

*Ansel E mer Sandwich 

Alice (m Mitchell 




Maxwell, G H 

Lottie (George 

Eva L 
McCormic, Nellie J 
McGiunis, Lizzie 
Meakin, John 

dr mkr 

tr nurse 




sum res 

Merrill, Eugene far 
Merrill, Ellen (Brown ho 


Lina (m Wells 

Merrill, Geo 







*Gertrude (m- 
Maud (m Woodard 

Merrill, Ella J ho Ply 1 

Merrill, J L brick mas & far 

Mabel (Ritchie 
Bertha L stu 

Persis S pi 

James B pi 

Merrill, Velma (Follensbee 
Forest lab 

Gladys stu 

Harvey O pi 

Vina E 

Merrill, F G far Ply 

Myrtle E (Fox 
Perley S stu 

Leon J stu 





Frances E 

Myron S 

Clkir R 
Mooney, Loren W 
• Bell D (Pickering 

EttaM (m Shaw 
Morrill, Chas H far 

Hannah E (Cooley 

Lois C ho 

Geo H lab 

Morrison, Bessie (Butterfield 
Morse, Sarah A (James mer 

Morse, L E cl Ply 

Morse, Moses E far Ply 4 

Flavilla M (Stygler ho 

♦Frank E 
advance agt Minstrel Show 

* Willie D jeweler Ash 1 

*George P horse dlr 

99 Bartlett, Charleston, Mass 

Sarah G (m Downing 
Morse, Smith team & far 

Morton, A S poultry farm 

Meredith 1 
Morton, Flora B pl 

Moss, John D blk Ply 

*Alma E (m Benton 


Herbert F far 

Effie M (m Archibald 

Louis J mill op 

*Cha8L mill op 




Florence B (m Day 

Leon E mer 

Ada L (m Messer 
Moulton, Carrie P (Paoe ho 

Moulton, H A far Ply 4 

Florence D (Greenleaf 
Moulton, J G far Ply 1 

Mary J (Martin ho 

*AmeHa B (m Goss 


Ernest F lab 

Muchmore, Alonzo D M D 

Nellie J Ames 

*Jame8C R R ser 


Mudgett, Elizabeth (Hutchins 


Annie F (m White 
Mudgett, Miss Rhoda C Ply 1 
Mudgett, Flora A (Counell 

Ply 1 
Mudgett, Miss Abbie A Ply 1 


Nickles, Edw E lab Ply 
Nicolay, Helen sum res 

Mabel S (Moulton 
Althea E 



Odette, Clement H Ash 1 

ptr & paper hgr 

Patch, Rev Don J 

Pease, F J 

Abbie (Jewell 




Benj F 


Perkins, John S 


*Clara C glove store Ply 

*Laura E (m Eastman 


Sarah J 

John H blk 

Clarence S car & far 

Perkins, John H 

Eloise L (Shaw ho 

Lloyd D pl 

Perkins, Fred L boat bldr 

Emma E (Brown ho 

Harold F 
Perkins, Clara C Ply 

Perkins, J mill op Meredith 
Perkins, C S lab 

Pickering, Moses far Ply 

Almira J (Taylor ho 

Bell D (m Moouey 

*Cora E (m Smith 

Piper, Chas G car Ash 1 

Jennie (Sinclair ho 

Florence M stu 



Lewis E pi 

Piper, F L stone mas Ash 1 

May B (Durham ho 

R Preston 

R Tolford 
Piper, Rob't B far Ash 1 
Piper, Chas M far Ash 1 

Susan M (Baker 

Mathew C far 

Fannie M (m Ethridge 

Lillian B (m Gould 
Piper, Matthew far Ash 

Ethel (Merrill ho 

Norman W 

Chas L 
Piper, Smith genl mdse 

Cora B (Pendexter ho 

Maud A (m Welch 

Pratt, O M lumb sum res 

Harriet ( 

Catherine stu 

Marshall C stu 

Pulsifer, Jos far Ply 1 

Etta (Merrill ho 

Mildred pi 


Ransom, Gertrude F ho 

Rendall, Ansel car 

Roberts, D com lab Ash 1 
Roberts, Chas H 
Emily A 


Rogers, W S far 

CoraE(Dore ho 

Agnes M 
Leon S 

Rogers, Susetta D 

*Affa E (ra Leavitt Ash 
WS far 

Sanborn, Ross P far 

Sanborn, Ross P car & far 

L Mabel (Leavitt ho 

Sanborn, Edw team Ply 

Ethel M (Benton-Dutton 
Sargent, J M trav sales Ash 

Amelia E (Dunton ho 

Emily E (m Baker 

*Eva M (m Chick 

9 Irving, Maiden, Mass 

*Ethel F (m Hoyt 

14 Pearl, St Johusbury, Vt 

Shirley W mill op 

Edith M stu 

Sargent, Marcus M far Ash 

*Grauville far & sum bdrs 
Ctr Har 

Jennie S (m Leavitt 

Ben P ptr 

Sargent, A L far 

Rose M (Green leaf 

Agnes L pi 

Geo A pi 



*Scruton, Anna A (Tate ho 
Lydia A (m Davis 
*Jos elec Ply 

Severance, Helen E ho Ash 1 

Shaw, Pearly far Ply 4 

Emily VV (Smith ho 

Shaw, Nahan B far Ash 
Laura J (Doe ho 

Eloise L (m Perkins 
Lionel B far 

Shaw, Lionel B 

Etta M (Mooney ho 

Reginal L pi 

Lester M 

Shaw, Fred L lab Ash 1 
Lela A (Cox ho 

Ida E pi 

Shepard, Carlton C far Ply 
Harriet (Davies 

Shepard, Edna VV 

Shorey, C B far Ply 4 

Margaret A (Fawcett 
Sumner B pi 

Isabelle A 

Sinclair, John far Ash 1 
*Emma B (m Dow ho 

10 Circuit Ave, Lynn, Mass 
*Alice A (m Tanner 

29 Franklin, Exeter 
Jennie (in Piper 

Small, J as R far Ply 

*Mamie (m Wiggin 


*Lillian R (m Robinson 


Maud A (Ellis 

*Hattie A ho Franklin 

P' ranees (m McDiiffey 

Carrie (m Colemnn 

*Joseph L mill op 

Franklin Falls 

*Melvin eng Littlefield 

Harold pi 

Grace pi 

Smith, Walter W far Ply 1 

VA V i ra J ( H uc k i us ho 

Almon VV null op 

Mabel (m Hillard 
Smith, A W mill op Ply 

Jennie ( 

Smith, Henry C far Ply 1 

Flora S (P'olsom ho 

Ralph W stu 

New Hampton Ins 

Isabel E stu 

Norman P pi 

Smith, (jreeno far Ply 

S m i th , Kate ( B ie k f o rd A s h 1 

Rosella (m Young- 
Smith, Frank S far Ply 
Stanley, Bert F stable 

Margai-et C (Cornell ho 

Sam n el B 
Stanley, Claude A pi 

Stanley, Ira L pi 

Stevens, Frank P mill op Ply 

Nettie J (Crowell ho 



*Lilla E (m Corliss 

Ernest H mill op 

Myrtie E stu 

Alice M stu 

Everett F pi 

Sturtevant, Eugene far Ash 1 
Alice F (Gould ho 

George R pi 

Ethel M pi 

Ralph E pi 

Ada F pi 

Jessie E pi 

Florence M 

Sturtevant, Lydia (Young 


Talbot, Winthrop T M I) Ash 
Edith A (Armstrong 
Frances W pi 

Emily pi 

Samuel A pi 

Tatham, Arthur D team 

Taylor, F W M D Sum res 
Thompson, A G livery stable 
Henry W lab 

Thompson, J H car Ash 1 

Drusie M (Brown-Perkins 
Thompson, Jas far Ash 1 
Drusilla (Brown ho 


*Iva (m Hutchins Ply 


Thompson, Henry far Ash 1 



*Iva (m Hutchins Ply 

Drusia (Brown ho 

Towle, Louisa (Mudgett 

Meredith 2 

Minnie bk kpr sum res 
Tucker, Frank A pi 


Van Horn, Isaac banker 

Clara (Callanan ho 

Veile, Mary sum res 


Wallace, Geo B car 

Lucia A (Dearborn ho 


Wallace, Wm M far 

Daniel E car 

Wallace, Mary (Kimball ho 

Wallace, Daniel far 

Martha (Ethridge ho 
Ward, Maria A sum res 

Wareham, Amelia Ply 

Webster, L J elec 

Alice M (Rogers ho 



Frank G pi 

Webster, Rev Lorin 

Jennie (Page ho 

Harold stu 

Bertha stu 


Wheeler, Wm far Ply 1 
Emma L (Greenwood ho 
Harry R stu 

Lola M pi 

Hattie L pi 

White, H trav sales Ply 1 
Annie F (Mudgett 
Mabel M pi 

James N pi 

White, W L con «& bldr Ash 1 
Emma A ( Jenness ho 

Wilber W car 

Whitten, N B 

real est & genl radse 
Sadie S (Huckins ho 

Whitney, Edw B law sum res 
Josephine (Newcoinb 
Roger S 

Willoughby, E E 

provision store 
Helen (Jewell ho 

Florence I stu 

Earl B pi 

Doris H pi 

Willoughby, Allen B 

supt Webster farm 

Winnie (Wallace ho 

Mary C 

Woods, J brick & stone mas 

Cyrena S (Godfrey 
Ashley E stu 

Susie D pi 

Russell B pi 

Jacob Jr pi 

Woods, Henry team Ply 4 
Mabel L (Stevens 
Frank G lab 

Woodman, Harley car Ash 1 
Clara J (Jones ho 

Harry J 

Woodruff, C H far Ply 4 
Mabel (Sturtevant 
George S pi 

Herbert B pi 


Worthen, Smith C far Ply 
Maud F (Merrill ho 

Vera M pi 

Laura G pi 

Charlie S pi 

Worthen, Jessie B (Davison 
Thelma E 

Census of Center Harbon 

Note— Where no Post Office address is expressed Center 
Harbor is understood. Other Post Offices are abbreviated 
thusiAshland— Ash; Ashland R F D 1— Ash 1; Plymouth— Ply; 
Meredith R F D 1— xMeredith 1. 

Allen, Chas A far Meredith 

Anna J (Lynn ho 

John H 

Chas L 
Alves, Miss A ho 

Anes, Nancy E (Boyuton 

Meredith 1 

Gertie J (m Miller ho 

Anthon, A fancy poultry dlr 


Lucy I (Ives ho 

Atwood, E F car 

Nettie A (Smith ho 

Armstrong, Geo sum res 


Bartlett, J R far Meredith 1 
Ada J (Marshall coat mkr 
Ella M pi 

Bartlett, F A far Meredith 1 
Ellen A (Whitcher ho 

P Norris far 

Barton, Naman pi Meredith 1 

Bennett, A A postmaster 

Garnet Inn 

Ethel F (Fern aid 

Hazel E pi 

Berry, Wm H far & mill 

EmmaE(Beaty ho 

Cora M tr 

Bickiord, Shirley pi 

Blackey, John stable wk 

Blake, G O car & ptr Ash 1 

Albert P pi 

Josie M 

Mildred R (Dexter 
Blake, Mary W (Plaisted ho 

Ash 1 

Geo O car & ptr 

Blake, Wm J car Meredith 1 

Hilda A (Sworoski ho 

Alberta W 

A Catherine 
Boynton, M W far & mail car 
Meredith 1 

Nellie J (Smith ho 

*Grace M (m Salkins ho 
New Hampton 



•Albert C fireman 

Providence, R I 

Ralph W pi 

Boyntou, Lucy H (Thompson 

Meredith 1 

*Elbrid^e G far Ash 

Nancy E (m Ames ho 

CliasM tar 

Pluma O (m Huntress ho 

*E W R R ser Meredith 

Breed, Ada M ho Meredith 1 

Bremer, Susan A (Shaddock 

sum res, Meredith 

Burrill, W B lab Meredith 1 

Buttetfield, Elizabeth sum res 

Gertrude (m Newman ho 

Canney, C H far Meredith 1 
Mary E (Cox ho 

Eriirna E (m Berry 
Hosea far 

Alice L (m Hill 

Caverley, Emma (Hilton 

*Helen nurse Laconia 
Winnie pi 

Clark, Elon iar 

Sarah A (Dow ho 

Clark, MC far Meredith 1 
Sarah L (Bartlett ho 

*A F barber Woodsville 
*James W far Holderness 
*Allen C law Concord 

Chas A far 

Cloutman, F K hotel Ash 1 

Adelaide M (Buzzell ho 
Coe, Martha J (Canney ho 

John far 

*Frederick S com trav 

329 West 5l8t, N Y 
Coe, Fannie L (Ladd 

John Coe Mansion 
Cook, Chas far 

Abbie A (Paine ho 

Lillie M (m Goff 

James N far 

Cox, WS far Meredith 

Sarah L (Perkins ho 

Cram, D W far Gramfian Ho 

Meredith 1 

Cora (Cox ho 

Mary E (m Lovett ho 

Crani, Francis H far Ash 1 

Mary C (Woodman 

Eleanor B (m Smith ho 
Crowney, J P far & teams 

Mary F (Greenfield ho 

sum res, Ash 1 

Cumming, Albert V far Ash 1 

AddieF (Hadley ho 


Dal ton, Maria L 

Pinelands Camp 

Dam, Chas E eng 

Myrtie L (Bickford ho 



Davis, H B far Meredith 1 
Mabel M (Maloon bo 

Hazel G pi 

Edcvar C pi 

Davis, W H far Meredith 1 
Almira J (Thompson ho 
Clarence B far 

Davis, John C far Meredith 1 
Nancy S (Mudgett ho 

Herbert B far 

*Elmer M team Ply 
Abbie M ho 

Darling, B far Meredith 1 
Perley O far 

Orrin E far 

Dearborn, C D lab Ply R F D 
Ella (Garland ho 

John lab 

Geo pi 

Walter pi 

Bertie pi 

Fred pi 


Dodge, Ralph 

Mary L (McDonald ho 

Doloff, Almira R (Webster ho 

Meredith 1 

*Nellie ho Lanonia 

*Ida M (m McMurchy ho 


Roy R pi 

Downing, Jennie G (Avery ho 


*Annie L (m Dow Rumney 
*Mabel G (m Moses ho 
Fred G la'b 

*I A R R ser Rumney 
Downing, J R far No 1 
Abbie E (Tatham ho 

Lewis N porter 

Frank R far 

W A hotel night watch 
Warren S far 

Josephus T hotel 

Alice S (ra Garland 
Celia M pi 

Emery, Smith 

Susan (Moulton 
Caroline (m Hill 


Farrar, Mary J (French ho 

Meredith 1 

Frank P far 

Fifield, Maurice H pi Ash 

Fletcher, Myron H el 

Hattie M (Moulton ho 

Fox, J far Meredith 1 

Emily J (Bartlett ho 

*Abbie J (m Emerson ho 

Pasadena, Cal 

*Angelia (m ho 

Pasadena, Cal 



*Lida L A Boston 

* Willie D eiig Boston 

*Lucy M cl 

W Lynn, Mass 

Freeman, Lillian N (Hackett 

Meredith 1 

*Geo E lab Winona 

Frye, Elizabeth ho 

Garland, H Leroy far 

Alice S (Downing ho 

George, Chas E capt boat 

Anna H (Milliard ho 

Russell E 
Florence E 
Grace M 

George, Walter J eng 

Mary J ( Mooney ho 

Ben] F pi 

Walter J pi 

Gibson, L far Lakeside 1 
Cora M (Eastman ho 

Hugh L mach 

Claudine tr 

Priscilla V ho 

Ethel F stu 

Mary O stu 

J asper E pi 

Alfred pi 

Cora L pi 

Jessie B pi 

Gilbert, Lena A (Russell ho 
Meredith 1 

Alfred T lab 

Gordon, M Abbie (Moulton 
*Emma M (m Arling 

Tarn worth 

Graves, Joseph retd 

Eliza S (m Towle ho 

Greene, Geo ^Y car 

Mary F (Carter ho 

Frank C stu 

Persis D stu 

Laura E pi 

Ruth M pi 

Greenfield, Mary F (Parsley 

*Henry lab Rochester 
*Edward coal & wood 

*Emnia (m Otis Rochester 
"Herbert lab Rochester 
*Mary (mWard Rochester 


Hanson, Mabel E tr & nurse 

Hanson, Edna L stu 

Hardie, Geo H far & sum bdrs 

Sunny Farm 1 

Lucy E (Paine 

Hawkins, Geo H far Ash 1 

Mary N (Blake ho 

Cora M (m Marston ho 

Roscoe H lab 

Blanch Q pi 



Hawkins, E far & mill Ash 1 
Lottie E (Barker ho 

Nelson S lab 

Reginald C pi 

Merton E pi 

Hawkins, Leon lab Meredith 

Hawkins, F far Meredith 1 
*Willie A Campton 

Martha D (m Hawkins 
Abbie L (ni Mayo ho 

*Vina B (m York Ash 

*Eben S mail car Laconia 

Hill, Walter F hotel 

Caroline (Emery 

Hill, John V " retd 

Annie W (McFarland 
Chas S far 

Walter F hotel 

•John E inventor 

11 Union, Boston, Mass 

Hilliard, OBC far 

*(jeo T stone mason Ash 

*John H far Holderness 

•Martha S (m Felch ho 


Hill, J A far&sumbdrs 

Blanch M (Truworthy 

Horn, Frank E team 

Jennie A (George ho 

Grace M stu 

Alice E stn 

Clarence F pi 

Newell E pi 

Hubbard, R N far Meredith 1 

Minnie L (Cox 


Herbert N 

mill op 

Lillian G 


Everett L 


Roger S 


Marion L 


Huckins, Arthur E far Ash 1 
Mary E (Perkins ho 

Huckins, Willis E far Ash 1 
Mary (Terrell-Chase 

Arthur E far 

*Winnie L mill op Ash 
Guy B lab 

Edgar pl 

Hudson, Lilla (Batchelder 


Huntress, W B far & Mason 
Meredith 1 
Pluma (Boyington 
*W E sec hd R R Meredith 

Hutchins, A E far No 1 
Julia W (Sturtevant ho 
*Susan M (m Miles 

Wm E 
Alplieus F stu 


Ingraham, Wm B 
Henrietta (Shelley 
Cicely stu 




Jackson, Chas N far 

Jackson, Geo H ptr 

Edna T (Knox ho 

Freda E 
Jackson, Chas N far 

Jackson, Lida E (Marston 

tel op 

Shirley pi 

James, Geo E lab Meredith 1 
Jaques, Adelaide A (Mooney 
Jenness, F P Meredith 1 

Jenness, Pamelia A Meredith 1 
Jenness, A Q, far Meredith 1 

Ella E (Jenness ho 


Kelley, Helen pi 

Kelley, L P ptr & paper hgr 
Carrie E (Ruiter ho 

Raymond E pi 

Mildred L pi 

Alfred S 

Kelsea, Evelyn V (Sturtevant 
M Lillian (m Hanson 

Keyser, A J far R F D 

Ardella M (Rankin ho 

Esther W 

Kimball, Elsena M (Whitcher 

Meredith 1 

•Oscar far New Boston 

*Clara (m Waldren ho 


*Elvin team New Boston 

Lamprey, Geo R mer 

Aiiginette (Grant 

Landry, ^m R barber 

Marion (Gaslin ho 

Irene E 

Larny, JasS mfg 

176 Federal, Boston 
Allison S (Maines ho 

Alexander S chauffeur 
Alice C pi 

Donald pi 

Leighton, Wm E car 

Mabel F (Mallard ho 

*Maud J training for nurse 
City Hospital, Laconia 
Berne H lab 

Pearle J stu 

Leightcm, Jas P cont & bldr 
Harriet E (Smith 
Henry J mill op 

Leighton, Alonzo retd eng 
Jas P car & bldr 

Wm E car 

Geo W supt The Briars 

Leighton, Geo W 

Elizabeth (Hanson ho 
Chas A lab 

Lovejoy, Geo lar 

Lovett, Jas R far Meredith 1 
Mary E (Cram ho 



Lavinia E pi 

Leorej, Geo W bk kpr 

sura res, Meredith 1 

Emma (Blackley ho 

'Louise B (ra Hopkins 

Jamaica Plains 

A Harold cl 

Marfcuerite M stu 

Luick, Elsia pjoverness 


Lunt, A Russell cl 

Ethel A (Burnell 

R Oilman 
Lunt, J Oilman far 

Frances L (Lewis 

A Russell cl 

Helen L stu 


Mac Lean, W A 

prop The Colonial 
Catherine (McLellan 
Mack, H O far Meredith 1 

Clara W (Hinds 


Raymond C 


Harvev E 


Earle H 


acksev, John 

— ( 

Noel E 


irvell, W H cook 


Joa F (Orant 


Maxwell, Bert O fireman 

Mabel A (Andrews 

Jessie M 

Arline S E 
Mayo, Jerry M far Meredith 1 

Abbie L (Hawkins ho 

McCrillis, C A lab Meredith 1 

Lena A (Gilbert ho 

McCrillis, O F far Meredith 1 

Kate A (Bryden ho 

Harry I lab 

Willard B lab 

Mclntire, P F far Ash 1 

•Chas P car & bldr 


Julia A (m Smith ho 

Jonathan P far & car 

Mclntire, Mary A (Mathews 

Jas E lab 

*Annie (Cram 


Merrill, Edw retd Meredith 

sum res 

Emma J (Perkins 
Morrill, Leonard B phy 

Ada V (Berry ho 

Morse, W E Ash 

jeweler & optician 

M A (Mudpjett ho 

*Harry E jeweler 

Danvers, Mass 

Evelyn pl 

Morse, F E theater mgr Ash 

*Harry T bank cl NY 



•Flossie E (m Cunirnin^s 

Dan vers, Mass 

Morse, Frank H nier 

Henrietta (Fellows ho 

•Howard F phy 

37 Ashland, Lynn, Mass 

Moulton, J S lab Meredith 

Asenath G (Edf;erley ho 

Munoz, Adela R 

Pineland Camp 
Munoz, Ines E Pineland Camp 
Munoz, Adolfo Pineland Camp 
Marcedes (Poey 


Neal, Geo E bik 

MattieD (Moore ho 

Nicholson, G W fish & ptr 

Meredith 1 

Alice M (Marston ho 

Thelraa M pi 

Dorothy A 

Pa^e, W A phy & sur 

Paine, Jas M rtd 

Theresa A (Paine ho 

Palmer, My^rou L lab Ash 1 

Jennie G (Downinj^ ho 

Paul, Andrew G civ eng 

sum res No 1 

Louisa (Williams ho 

Andrew G Jr stu 

Pennimau, Charley E pi 

Penniman, John S far 

Emma J (Cook ho 

Fred J stable 

Perkins, J H far Meredith 1 

Mary E (Nutting ho 

Paul H pi 

Perkins, H C far & car 

Meredith 1 

Mary E (Hawkins ho 

*Ina D (m Collins Ash 

Perkins, Ezra liv stable 

Alice M (Berry ho 

Perkins, Aaron far Meredith 

Lulu Q (Pitman ho 

Perkins, E A retd Meredith 
Pierce, Frank L far 

Piper, Sarah E ho Meredith 1 
Piper, O S far Meredith 

Annie (Thurston ho 

Piper, Chas C far 

Annette B (Piper 

Ethel J P cl 

Pride, Varena ho Ash 1 
Putnam, A J far Meredith 1 

Mary L (Piper ho 

Quinn, Marie 

table girl 




Reynolds, Charlotte B (Tucker 
Reynolds, Charlotte (Frost 
Ruiter, W C ptr Moultonboro 
Wm H far 

Robinson, Bernice P pi 

Meredith 1 

Scruton, G W far Meredith 1 

Laura (m Huffe 

Sarah F (Gove ho 

Chloe F (m Purch 

85 L, S Boston, Mass 
Simonds, E sales 

Simonds, Irving musician 

Annie E (Brown music tr 
Simpson, Geo A 

exp agt & sum bdrs 

Mabel L ( VVyatt 

Percy G cl 

Leon W at home 

Earl T stu 

Gladys M pi 


Smith, Lydia A ho 

Smith, Chas G lab Meredith 1 
Smith, Julia A (Mclntire Ash 

Hermon P far 

Howard A car 

Smith, Hermon P far Ash 1 

Ida B (Willey ho 

Harold H pi 

Smith, Melinda C Ash 1 

Smith, Orville P far Ash 1 

Eleanor B (Cram ho 

Smith, Grace E W (Mudgett 


Orville P far 

Smith, Martha A (Lovejoy 
Smith, E W ptr 

Hattie E (Magoon ho 

Smith, Sam L lab 

Bertha M ( Jaques ho 

Smith, Miss Lydia 
Stevenson, L C boat exp 

Mary B (Danforth ho 

Carrie E (m Kelley 
Sturtevant, Araminta CDavis 

Tat ham, Merton H far 

Charlotte B (Smith ho 

Richard M pi 

Leonard M pi 

Tatham, Susanna (Spinney 


Theall, Chas A pi Ash 1 

Theall, Ralph W pi Ash 1 

Thompson, Moses C far 

Meredith 1 

Mary J (Farrar ho 


Almira J (m Davis ho 



J acob T far 

Tilton, Frank F team 

Abbie M (Knight 

Mabelle Clough pi 

Towle, Eliza S (Graves ho 

Ruth G pi 

Mina E pi 

Doris pi 

Joseph I pi 

True, M Estelle Meredith 

Tufts, L sum res, Meredith 1 

V P Am Fountain Co 

Gertrude W (Sise ho 

Richard pi 

Esther pi 

Albert pi 

James pi 

Tufts, Leonard sum res 

Tuttle, H J far Meredith 1 


Veazie, G W team Meredith 1 
Lillian N (Freeman ho 
Clara B pi 

Wesley B pi 


Webster, Chas far Meredith 1 

Alice M (m Bagley ho 


Delia (Clark-Davis ho 

Webster, F E far Meredith 1 

Ida M (Gibbs ho 

Edward E pi 

Mary E pi 

Webster, A D far Meredith 1 

Julia A (Merrill ho 

*Fred E far 

Webster, Nettie M (Jackson 

Wentworth, Louisa 

(Boardman ho 
Sarah A (m Clark 
Whitcher, David far 

Meredith 1 
E A (m Bartlett ho 

White, Thos No 1 

fore Lakewood Farm 
Annie (Butters 
Annie M pi 

Dorothy M pi 

Ethel M pi 

Regina M pi 

Inez M 
Thomas V 
Whiting, Katherine ho 

Wilkinson, 1 G lab Meredith 1 
Woodman, Marion stu Ash 1 
Worstin, Philip M pi Ash 

York, Perley O ear Ash 1 

Vina B (Hawkins ho 

Marion stu 

Elgie B pi 

Katherine L pi 
Beatrice B 
Donald P 



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